Join Foodhall for this special edition of TV Dinners in collaboration with South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group (SYMAAG) – commemorating the sentence of 33 years in prison and 148 lashes for Iranian activist and human rights defender Nasrin Sotoudeh.
“Nasrin Sotoudeh has dedicated her life to defending women’s rights and speaking out against the death penalty – it is utterly outrageous that Iran’s authorities are punishing her for her human rights work. Her conviction and sentence consolidate Iran’s reputation as a cruel oppressor of women’s rights.” – Amnesty International
Each of Foodhall's TV Dinners events starts with a delicious home-cooked meal from its volunteers – and for this episode of TV Dinners, authentic Iranian food is on the menu. You'll also hear from co-chair of SYMAAG before the film Tehran Taxi (2015).
Part of Migration Matters.