About Us

Recent events have provided an opportunity for the voices of children in Iran to be echoed much louder and heard by people around the world. This moment in time provides an opportunity that should not be wasted. Let us join forces, let us join hands, and make the voices of the children heard. Let us make it impossible for the world to say “we didn’t know.”

We have come together for this purpose.

We are citizens of the international community. We are angered by poverty, illiteracy, and enforced ignorance. We oppose political and ideological oppression. We do not tolerate sexual, racial and ethnic discrimination.

We dream of a better life for the citizens of Iran, but we are fully cognizant of the work that needs to be done to have our dream fulfilled. We can and we must work together with all the people of the world to create the society of which we dream. One day, we will realize our dream of a society worthy of all human beings.

Our dream is achievable. Iran is destined to change. We are committed to doing our part to enact that change. We have chosen to create this site in the hope and conviction that we, as an international community, can give a voice to the voiceless – the children of Iran. We do this because we want to tell the tale of the inhumanity which is suffocating and killing a whole generation.

Our hope is that through this site, you will learn about the selfless Iranian child activists who endanger their lives to shine the light of truth in an effort to make a difference in the lives of these children. Our purpose is to inform, organize and move millions like ourselves who, whether they are Iranian or not, are willing to stand against the poverty and injustice occurring in Iran today.

We dedicate this site to our children – the children of Iran; not only because they are our future, but because they are the ones who suffer most and who pay the highest price for the misery thrust upon them.



  1. Thank you for the wonderful website! I am teacher and you have given me a wonderful resource when my students ask me: “How are the children of Iran?” :-) Bache ha Ayendeye ma hastand!

    • Dear Mehran,

      Thank you so much, both for your very kind comments, as well as for the essential work that you do as a teacher of children.

      We are grateful that you find our site useful, and you give us added incentive to push to complete the site as quickly as we possibly can!

      Our warmest regards,

  2. Thank you for your webside. I hope i near future get more information about the these children, who they have no right as a child and living as a child.

    I am not sure, how can i help them, which ii hope thanks to you would be possible.

    Best wishes.

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