Breaking The Silence

About two months ago, a wave of revelations about sexual assault broke out in the Iranian media, and several victims of these crimes went to the Vatican. This led us to think with the help of international artists from different cultures to encourage Iranian women to pursue their grievances.
The Italian model Ambra Gutierrez was one of the people who welcomed our offer very well. Gutierrez testified at the age of 19 against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and was the first to sue the powerful American filmmaker Harvey Weinstein, who played a key role in his 23-year prison sentence. We asked him to tell his story in a video for Iranians.

Many victims avoid pursuing their grievances because they feel they cannot exercise their rights. The triangle of shame, fear and despair puts silence on their lips. Some are afraid of the consequences of complaining, some are ashamed to speak out, and many have no hope of justice.

A few days ago, the Tehran Police Chief announced that Keyvan Emamirad had confessed to 300 rapes in ten years!
But why was the issue not pursued during these ten years? Because all the victims were silent.

Knowing the experience of Ambra Gutierrez is valuable because we understand that it is difficult but not impossible to prove a crime anywhere in the world. The sufferings of life in this world will be less if we trust the judiciary and the laws, believe in the power of justice, and draw on the knowledge and experience of lawyers.

About two months ago, a wave of revelations about sexual assault broke out in the Iranian media, and several victims of these crimes went to the Vatican. This led us to think with the help of international artists from different cultures to encourage Iranian women to pursue their grievances.
The Italian model Ambra Gutierrez was one of the people who welcomed our offer very well. Gutierrez testified at the age of 19 against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and was the first to sue the powerful American filmmaker Harvey Weinstein, who played a key role in his 23-year prison sentence. We asked him to tell his story in a video for Iranians.

Many victims avoid pursuing their grievances because they feel they cannot exercise their rights. The triangle of shame, fear and despair puts silence on their lips. Some are afraid of the consequences of complaining, some are ashamed to speak out, and many have no hope of justice.

A few days ago, the Tehran Police Chief announced that Keyvan Emamirad had confessed to 300 rapes in ten years!
But why was the issue not pursued during these ten years? Because all the victims were silent.

Knowing the experience of Ambra Gutierrez is valuable because we understand that it is difficult but not impossible to prove a crime anywhere in the world. The sufferings of life in this world will be less if we trust the judiciary and the laws, believe in the power of justice, and draw on the knowledge and experience of lawyers.

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