New mobile apps are shaping Iran’s civil society

Iranian rights activists are creating hi-tech solutions to promote civil liberties, despite frequent internet shutdowns. A popular uprising took hold of Iran in the final week of 2017, with thousands taking to the streets to protest against the dire economic situation...

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Woman of the Week by Stylist Magazine

Firuzeh Mahmoudi, the Executive Director of United for Iran was chosen the Woman of the Week according to the Stylist Magazine from France. Be our guest and check it out the reasons why Firuzeh received this honored award. Do not hesitate in checking Stylist Magazine...

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Iran blasted over plan to block Waze

This article was originally published by Mobile World Live. Iran prepared to block traffic and navigation app Waze because it was created in Israel, according to media reports. The app was briefly blocked in the country in March, because it “raised concerns”, though...

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Iran hits back at Apple apps ban

This article was originally published by Mobile World Live. Iran’s new telecommunication minister wants to take legal action against Apple for removing Iranian apps from the App Store due to US sanctions, Press TV reported. In a tweet, telecommunication minister...

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‘Michka’ App Fights Child Sex Abuse in Iran

This article was originally published by Voice of America. California nonprofit United4Iran is on a mission to build technologies to help Iranian society tackle sexual violence, women’s rights, and other challenges. Its latest app – Michka – takes on child sexual...

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Fighting Oppression in Iran, One App at a Time

This article was originally published by Inter Press Service. UNITED NATIONS, Aug 23 2017 (IPS) - United For Iran, a non profit group based in Berkeley, recently rolled out its latest mobile app Michka to open discussions about child sexual abuse in Iran, where...

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