Nazila Ghanea

Nazila Ghanea is University Lecturer in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford and she teaches on the Masters in International Human Rights Law. She is currently part of a 2 year research project considering the domestic impact of UN human rights treaty ratification on the member states of the Gulf-Cooperation Council. |Nazila Ghanea is University Lecturer in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford and she teaches on the Masters in International Human Rights Law. She is currently part of a 2 year research project considering the domestic impact of UN human rights treaty ratification on the member states of the Gulf-Cooperation Council. |Nazila Ghanea is University Lecturer in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford and she teaches on the Masters in International Human Rights Law. She is currently part of a 2 year research project considering the domestic impact of UN human rights treaty ratification on the member states of the Gulf-Cooperation Council. |Nazila Ghanea is University Lecturer in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford and she teaches on the Masters in International Human Rights Law. She is currently part of a 2 year research project considering the domestic impact of UN human rights treaty ratification on the member states of the Gulf-Cooperation Council.

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Using faith to reinforce human rights of Bahá’ís in Iran

Using faith to reinforce human rights of Bahá’ís in Iran

Editor’s note: this is a redacted version of the original post, which can be found on the openGlobalRights website.   An Islamic cleric’s gesture to the persecuted Bahá’í community in Iran shows that in countries where ...