Tenth Day of Strike by Thousands of Project Workers in Over 115 Oil and Gas Companies

Today, on the 29th of June, the strike by project workers has entered its tenth day. Our immediate demands are for wage increases as per our declared requests, a 14-day work and 14-day rest schedule, and the elimination of contractors. Additionally, our other demands related to our living and working conditions remain unanswered, and we continue to pursue them. Contractors have made significant efforts to break the strike and bring in new labor, but they have not succeeded, which highlights the unity and solidarity of us, the hardworking oil workers. The Council for Organizing Protests of Contract Oil Workers emphasizes maintaining this unity. The council also stresses the support of other oil sectors in this strike.

Long live the unity of the workers!
Council for Organizing Protests of Contract Oil Workers

National Organization of Ahwaz’s Occupied Workers #Job

Hossein Bouazar originates from Ahwaz and stands as a fervent champion for human rights. Deeply connected to his Ahwazi Arab heritage, his literary works illuminate the adversities faced by this community. An outspoken critic of the Iranian regime, Hossein bravely highlights the grave human rights violations inflicted upon the Ahwazi Arabs. Through his compelling narratives, he seeks to amplify international consciousness of the challenges the Ahwazi Arabs encounter. His prose resonates as a defiant call for a world that upholds the inherent rights of every individual, irrespective of their ethnic roots or background.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights