Students At Some Universities In Iran Launched A 3-Day Boycott
Students at some universities in Iran launched a 3-day boycott
University students in Iran announced that they will boycott classes for 3 days to protest the practices of university administrations towards students after the demonstrations that started after Mahsa Emini died in custody.
University students in Iran announced that they will boycott classes for 3 days to protest the practices of university administrations towards students after the demonstrations that started after Mahsa Emini died in custody. and “Science and Technology” universities will not be allowed to take classes on December 5-7.
Students who decided to boycott said, “Release all detained students, stop the intervention of police and security forces in the university area, cancel all the decisions taken by the Disciplinary Committee, secure the right of students to hold meetings at the university, and the students were detained and removed from the university garden.” Isfahan University of Medical Sciences students made similar demands and announced that they supported the 3-day boycott decision.
“Open letter” from faculty members to university administration
62 faculty members from the University of Science and Technology in Tehran published an open letter to the rectorate “to protest the university’s pressure on students and faculty members”. Demands such as the annulment of the disciplinary punishments given and the closing of the Disciplinary Board files came to the fore.” 100 of the students who participated in the demonstrations were detained, the university administrations banned some students from entering the school, and they were removed from the universities by the decision of the Board of Education and Discipline.