The following is a summary of the speeches of lawyers, political figures, and human rights activists on the third day of the Free Iran World Summit on July 3, 2023, in Paris.
Free Iran World Summit 2023 – Excerpts of Speeches on 1988 Massacre – Part 1
Excerpts of the speeches of Dr. Tahar Boumedra, Chief of the Human Rights Office of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) (2009-2012), JVMI Chair, Joachim Rücker from Germany, President of the UN Human Rights Council (2015), and Kenneth Lewis (Sweden), Lawyer, Representing the PMOI.
Free Iran World Summit 2023 – Excerpts of Speeches on 1988 Massacre – Part 2
Excerpts of the speeches of Prof. Ariel E Dulitzky (Argentina), Chair of the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances (2013-2015), Dr. Melanie O’Brien (Australia), President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS), Zinat MirHashemi, NCRI Member and Central Committee Member of the Organization of Iranian People’s Fedai Guerrillas, Pierre Sané (Senegal), Secretary General of Amnesty International (1992-2001), Amb. Zorica Marić-Djordjević (Montenegro), Special Representative of Montenegro to the UN Human Rights Council 2013-2015, Anand Grover (India), UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health (2008 to 2014), and Irene Victoria Massimino Kjarsgaard (Argentina), Former Rapporteur of the High Criminal Court of Buenos Aires Province.
Free Iran World Summit 2023 – Excerpts of Speeches on 1988 Massacre – Part 3
Excerpts of the speeches of Stanislav Pavlovschi (Moldova), Minister of Justice (2019)-European Court of Human Rights Judge (2001-2008), Ingrid Betancourt, Former Colombian Senator, and Presidential Candidate for 2022, Jean-François Legaret, Former Mayor of Paris 1st Arrondissement, Gilbert Mitterrand (France), President of the Danielle Mitterrand Foundation (France Liberte), Eric Abetz (Australia), Senator (1994-2022); Leader of the Government in the Senate and Minister for Small Business (2013-2015), and Tony Clement, Former Minister of Treasury of Canada (2011-2015).