Protests and gender inequality in Iran
Recent protests have taken place near Tehran over the planned executions of young protesters.
Four executions have taken place in Iran, all cases linked to the ongoing protests since the murder of Mahsa Amini.
Amnesty International has reported that dozens of protesters are currently at risk for execution.
The executions of the protesters are without a fair trial.
The protests began after the murder of Mahsa Amini who died at the hands of police for not wearing a hijab.
Gender equality, fair legal procedures, and a humane criminal justice system are vital for a peaceful society.
Without actions taken toward peaceful and civil procedures, more violence will occur.