When We Are Bold
Azadeh Moaveni is an American-Iranian journalist and writer. A former Middle East correspondent for Time magazine, Azadeh is the author ofLipstick Jihad and Honeymoon in Tehran, and co-wrote Iran Awakening with Shirin Ebadi.
Read Shirin Ebadi: Dissident for Justice and Equality
by Azadeh Moaveni in When We Are Bold: Women Who Turn Our Upsidedown World Right
Shirin Ebadi is an Iranian activist, human rights lawyer and former judge who won the Nobel Peace Price in 2003 for her work to improve human rights in Iran, especially those of women, children and political prisoners. She was the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, and is a founder of the Defender of Human Rights Center in Iran and a co-founder of Nobel Women’s Initiative. Shirin’s most recent book is Until We Are Free: My Fight For Human Rights in Iran.