She was the first person from Iran and the first Muslim woman to receive the award. Though she has not been arrested since becoming a Nobel laureate, many of her close associates have been targeted, and last year the authorities closed the Human Rights Defenders Centre in Tehran, a leading non-governmental organisation she founded in Norway has protested against the move - the first time that a Nobel Peace Prize has been confiscated by national authorities - and compared the treatment of Ms Ebadi with that of the Burmese opposition leader, Aung San Su Kyi. Politically sensitive Born in in the city of Hamadan, Ms Ebadi studied law at Tehran University before beginning a career as a judge in
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Early life[ edit ] Cremer was born to a working-class family in the southern English town of Fareham. His father was a coachman, who abandoned the family soon after Randal Cremer was born. His mother raised him along with his two sisters, ensuring he received an education at a local Methodist school.
He augmented his knowledge by attending free lectures, was apprenticed as a builder, and became a skilled carpenter. Cremer was elected as the Secretary of the International Workingmen's Association inbut resigned two years later in as he felt the organisation was becoming too radical.
While heavily involved in campaigning for progressive causes, and respected by MarxCremer did not agree with a worker led revolution. Using his network of contacts and his talent for organisation, Cremer did much to create and expand institutions for international arbitrationwhich during his lifetime were successful in peacefully resolving numerous international disputes.
This work includes co-founding the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the International Arbitration League ; gaining acceptance for the Anglo-American arbitration treaty ; and preparing the ground for the Hague peace conferences of and Randal Cremer Primary School, in Haggerston,  is named in his honour.This page contains news about Iranians living in Southern California.
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Shirin Ebadi Biographical I was born in the city of Hamadan [northwestern Iran] in My family were academics and practising Muslims. At the time of my birth my father was the head of Hamedan’s Registry Office.
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An Appeal by Shirin Ebadi to the world - Ein Appell von Shirin Ebadi an die Welt - Chinesische Ausgabe: That's not what the Prophet meant - Das hat der Prophet nicht gemeint (Chinese Edition).