Independent Student Movement

Independent Student Movement

The Confederation of Iranian Students (CIS) is a pro-western, Iranian student organization with more than 10,000 members inside Iran and abroad. Its principal objective is to empower the will and confidence of the Iranian people in their quest for freedom. It reaches out to students through social, cultural, artistic, literary, and sports activities. CIS works to promote freedom, human rights and democracy in Iran. The Confederation educates the public, organizes, and mobilizes grass-root support in the United States, Europe, and Iran to promote freedom of expression, press, and religion – the constitutional foundations of a new free, secular and democratic Iran.

Read more about Independent Student Movement:  Overview, CIS and Amnesty International, CIS Role in Iran's Oil Sanctions, CIS and Democratic Transition in Iran, CIS in United States Congressional Reports

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