Borders: More Than Lines

How do boundaries shape nations and identities? Beyond physical barriers, borders influence culture, politics, and human connections, profoundly impacting global dynamics and interactions.

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Iran and Middle East

Into Iran’s significant role in the region, focusing on human rights, the labour movement, and the fight for democracy. These efforts are pivotal in shaping a just and equitable Middle East.

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Book Review

Into notable works, highlighting themes of human rights, the labor movement, and the fight for democracy. These reviews illuminate pivotal struggles and inspire informed readers.

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Unveiling Iran

Culture, Politics, and People

The spirit of the Iranian people remains strong. They continue to fight for their rights, culture, and place in the world.


Women are the backbone of society, driving change and progress. Fight for equality and freedom demonstrate strength and resilience, shaping a better future for everyone.

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The ongoing worker movement for rights and fair conditions is vital for socio-political change. This struggle is essential for creating a just society where everyone can thrive and succeed.

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Iranian society is diverse and vibrant, blending ancient traditions with modern influences. Despite challenges, the people’s resilience and rich cultural heritage continue to inspire and endure through time.

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Iran’s modern history is marked by significant events: the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the Iran-Iraq War, and ongoing political reforms. These events shape its complex and evolving identity today.

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FNT Podcast

Join me every two weeks as we delve into various aspects of socio-political issues, with the goal of cultivating a more profound comprehension of our world. Together, striving to bring lucidity to the complexities of our collective existence.

More Than Lines

Borders, both physical and ideological, define and shape the experiences of refugees and migrants. They are marked by restrictive policies, military presence, and heightened surveillance, particularly at the Southern borders of Europe. The crisis has exposed the fragility of open borders, leading to the reimposition of controls and the militarization of border management. Simultaneously, borders have also become spaces of solidarity, challenging the harsh policies imposed by states.

I conduct various interviews to understand the movement and the situation of people’s asylum cases and their lives. This helps me gain deeper insights into their experiences and challenges.


How and what now?

I prepare different reports about the situation of refugees and immigrants, from their experiences in camps to their lives in the city. I aim to provide a comprehensive look at their challenges and realities.


What and how?

I write about various activities aimed at improving the living conditions of refugees and immigrants. I also focus on combating racism and promoting equality. My goal is to raise awareness and inspire positive change in society.


What can we do?

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