Solidarity with the Iranian Workers’ Movement Committee was established in December 2022.

The aims of the Committee are to to provide briefings and information on struggles in Iran, mobilise support and solidarity with the revolutionary uprising and against rights violations and facilitate direct links between workers’ organisations in the UK and workers’ organisations in Iran.

The Committee is chaired by John McDonald MP.


Join us to support the revolutionary uprising and workers’ movement in Iran.

* Take the motion to your local branch.
* Invite a speaker from the Committee to address your local group.
* Join rallies and public meeting to highlight the situation in Iran and help mobilise support and solidarity.
* Raise the work of the Committee and your local branch on social media…


8 February 2023
4-5pm, Rally in support of revolutionary uprising and workers’ movement in Iran
5-7pm, Meeting at Houses of Parliament following rally. More details to follow.

Committee members are RMT Bakerloo Branch Representative Daniel Randall; Iranian Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation Director Diana Nammi; International Federation of Iraqi Refugees Secretary Dashty Jamal; Political Activist Fariborz Pooya; PCS Assistant General Secretary John Moloney; Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation Director Halaleh Taheri; Alliance for Workers’ Liberty Mark Osborn; One Law for All Spokesperson and Women’s Rights Campaigner Maryam Namazie; Writer Nasrin Parvaz; Solidarity with People of Iran Activist Satar Rahmani; Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women’s Organisation Director Sawsan Salim; Political and Women’s Rights Activist Sonia Mohammadi and International Federation of Iraqi Refugees Activist Twana Noury.

The establishment of the Committee was first discussed at a 28 November 2022 meeting in parliament chaired by John McDonald, MP.

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