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Litigation As a Daily Policy
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Litigation As a Daily Policy

Thursday 20, July 2023
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Date: July 20, 2023

Time: 4:00 pm CEST

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This seminar is the third such event in the series of “Diverse Horizons For An Emerging Revolution” seminars, which was organized with the efforts and collaboration of a group of academics living in Sweden in coordination and cooperation with Iran Academia.

Seminar participants

  • Narrator: Amin Parsa – Assistant Professor in sociology of law at Halmstad University, Sweden
  • Guest: Leila Brännström – Senior Lecturer, Department of Law – Gothenburg University
  • Guest: Atefeh Rangriz – Independent researcher, Sociology master’s graduate, and former political prisoner
  • Guest: Mansoureh Behkish – Women’s rights and litigation movement activist

Seminar Summary

Against widespread political crimes by the government, litigation has become one of the most resonant demands of recent protest movements in Iran. On the one hand, litigation is a general demand based on creating facilities for the establishment of justice and eliminating the conditions for the repetition of widespread political violence, and on the other hand, it is a specific demand focused on the implementation of justice and the discovery of the truth in specific crimes. This third seminar from the “Multiple Horizons for the Revolution-in-the-Making” series of seminars is dedicated to the topic of litigation as a daily and wide-ranging policy.

In this seminar covering the concept of litigation, the relationship between litigation and the judicial justice system, political historiography through reference to local and international courts, and the links between the litigation movement and the Mahsa Amini revolution in Iran will be the subjects of discussion.

About this series

How can multiple knowledges, lived experiences, marginal, cross-border, and bottom-up actions be discussed? Through what window will the history of voices, actions, reminders, resistances and repressions become more visible?

This revolution-in-the-making teaches us that the production of local knowledge (center-escape), the lived experience of marginalized subjects and the political-feminist activism of people and populations under constant government repression and pressure should be at the center of these conversations in this series of conversations. We will discuss various topics such as racism, populism, litigation and feminist politics, and we will redraw the multiple horizons of resistance subjects, and we will recognize movement, lived, and research knowledge beyond the imposed borders and subjects of domination.

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