Iranian Women Pictures
Iran, also known as Persia, officially the Islamic Republic of Iran since 1980, is a country in Western AsiaIran is home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, beginning with the formation of the Proto-Elamite and Elamite kingdom in 3200 – 2800 BCE. Number of Iranians abroad than 4 million people. Most of them emigrated to Australia , North America and Europe since the 1979 Islamic revolution. Iran was seriously injured as a result of the Iran-Iraq war , but now reborn.
It should be noted that the Iranian cinema is one of the most exciting, interesting and original cinemas in the world. A lot of beautiful Iranian actresses who enchant with their professionalism and charm, thus proving that Iranian women are considered to be among the most attractive in the world nationalities.
Women in Iran discusses the history, contribution, aspects, and roles of women in Iran. Women in Iran have always played fundamental, crucial, and representative roles in the long history of Iran.
Women in Iran were granted the right to vote in 1963. They were first admitted to Iranian universities in 1937. Since then, several women have held high-ranking posts in the government or parliament. Before and after the 1979 revolution, several women were appointed ministers or ambassadors. Farrokhroo Parsa was the first woman to be appointed Minister of Education in 1968 and Mahnaz Afkhami was appointed Minister for Women’s Affairs in 1976.
Some, such as Tahereh Saffarzadeh, Masumeh Ebtekar, Azam Taleghani, Fatemeh Haghighatjou, Elaheh Koulaei, Fatemeh Javadi, Marzieh Dabbaq and Zahra Rahnavard came after the revolution. Other Iranian women, including Goli Ameri and Farah Karimi hold positions in Western countries.
There are currently 9 women in parliament, of a total of 290 parliamentarians. This was down from 13 in the previous elections. Also according to the 2012 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report, the rate of entrepreneurship in Iran for women between the ages 18 to 64 fluctuated from 4 to 6% between 2008 and 2012 while their overall economic participation makes up only 13% of the entire economy.
Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, the Iranian government requires women to wear loose-fitting clothes as well as a headscarf that covers the hair,