300 days of detention for Fariba Adelkhah

We’ve been in lockdown for 20 days. Fariba Adelkhah, researcher at the International
Research Centre of Sciences Po Paris, has been in prison for 300 days in Iran. By posting her
face on the websites of academic institutions and research teams in Europe and elsewhere, we
want to show the support of the scientific community and urge the French government to do
everything possible to secure her release.

To learn more about the detention of Fariba Adelkah and Roland Marchal (released on March 20) and the international mobilization for their freedom visit the blog of the support committee.

Fariba Adelkhah is in danger. We must act urgently for her. #FreeFariba



Cite this blog post
Emanuele Fantini (2020, April 4). 300 days of detention for Fariba Adelkhah. FLOWs. Retrieved June 23, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/os18

Emanuele Fantini

Emanuele (@emanufanti) is senior lecturer and researcher at the Water Governance Department of IHE Delft. Committed to public engagement and crossover projects with artists and journalists, Emanuele coordinates the project “Open Water Diplomacy. Media, science and transboundary cooperation in the Nile basin”, he hosts the podcasts “The Sources of the Nile”, “Water Alternatives Podcast”, and “Si dice acqua”, and he is the editor of IHE Delft Water Governance Blog, FLOWs.

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