It's time to investigate the 1988 massacre

The evidence

JVMI is an association of families of the victims of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran. Former political prisoners, international lawyers and legal experts with an interest in obtaining justice over the massacre and for all the victims of executions in Iran.

Call for a UN Inquiry Into Iran’s 1988 Massacre

Learn more about the extra-judicial executions of thousands of political prisoners that have been recognised as ‘ongoing crimes against humanity.’

Features

Important developments in the global fight for a UN probe

UN experts

UN experts echo call for international investigation into Iran’s 1988 massacre

UN experts

UN experts echo call for international investigation into Iran’s 1988 massacre

Townhall op-ed

Townhall: It’s Time For Democracies to take action over Iran's 1988 massacre

Townhall op-ed

Townhall: It’s Time For Democracies to take action over Iran's 1988 massacre

US State Dept

US State Department calls for international investigation into Iran’s 1988 massacre

US State Dept

US State Department calls for international investigation into Iran’s 1988 massacre

US Congress

Resolution in US House of Representatives seeks UN inquiry into 1988 Massacre

US Congress

Resolution in US House of Representatives seeks UN inquiry into 1988 Massacre

Call for a UN Inquiry Into Iran’s 1988 Massacre

JVMI report - Civil Society Hearing

Read the JVMI's report from a civil society hearing in Geneva in February 2018 into the 1988 massacre.

JVMI's second report - Oct 2017

"1988 Massacre in Iran: Evidence of a Crime Against Humanity"

JVMI's first report - Feb 2017

JVMI unveiled its report on Iran’s 1988 massacre at the 34th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.