Today, human rights is regarded as a universal law and public and governmental institutions try to demonstrate higher levels of implementation of commitment to human rights.
One of the important issues which the declaration of human rights itself has also considered is caring about cultural necessities and requirements in the member countries. In this regard, establishing conformity between the laws of human rights and cultures, especially religious beliefs is among the most important missions of human rights activists.
The scientific group of human rights is one of the scientific groups of the International Institute for Islamic Studies, most members of which are post graduates who are active in international fields. Through constant exploration of principles and approved international laws in human rights on the one hand, and scientific analysis of religious texts and contents on the other hand, this group tries to find realistic, practical and feasible answers to contemporary issues of this field.
This student group was established in June 2013.
Mohammad Reza Barteh
Seyyed Mohammad Reza Hashemi
Mir Zaman Shafi’i Nejad