PEN Award Winner Nasrin Sotoudeh Freed

PEN American Center today welcomed the release of Iranian journalist and lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, calling it “a victory for all men and women fighting for justice for their fellow… More

Nasrin Sotoudeh Returns to Prison

Nasrin Sotoudeh was returned to Evin Prison late Monday night after a short, three-day furlough, her husband Reza Khandan reports. On a Facebook page dedicated to Nasrin's release, Reza… More

Jailed Iranian Lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh Ends Hunger Strike

PEN American Center is relieved to learn that lawyer and journalist Nasrin Sotoudeh today suspended her 48-day hunger strike after authorities reportedly lifted travel restrictions on her 12-year-old daughter.… More

PEN Appeal: Nasrin Sotoudeh

October 24, 2011 Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic His Excellency Ayatollah Sayed ‘Ali Khamenei The Office of the Supreme Leader Shoahada Street Qom, Islamic Republic of Iran Head of the Judiciary Ayatollah Sadeqh Larijani Howzeh Riyasat-e… More

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