Maryam Rajavi hosts and participates in scores of events annually in her campaign to inform the world about the atrocities of the Iranian regime, to expose the repression and injustices endured by her people, and to serve as the voice of the Iranian Resistance movement to establish democratic and representative government based on separation of religion and state for a modern equal-opportunity society in her homeland.
She encourages not only the men and women in the Iranian Resistance but the Iranian people, especially the youth to resist against the current illegitimate rule of the mullahs and to usher Iran into a new golden age of enlightenment and prosperity, with respect and tolerance for all of her people, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, and beliefs.
This page is dedicated to in-depth reports about the events that Maryam Rajavi participates in towards that end. You will find comprehensive reports on such meetings, conferences, seminars, gatherings, occasions that are held throughout the world.
Maryam Rajavi: Owing to its popular base, the Iranian Resistance, has the power to bring about democratic change in Iran
At the invitation of the French Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran (CPID), Maryam Rajavi participated in a conference with the French National Assembly members on Wednesday, January 12, 2022.
Speech at a New Year gathering - Solidarity with the Iranian Resistance
The mid-term session of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) convened in Auvers-sur-Oise, Paris, on Monday, December 27, 2021. The NCRI President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi presided over the session.
Friday night, December 24, 2021, Maryam Rajavi attended the Christmas eve ceremony and prayer service at the Pontoise Cathedral performed by Bishop Stanislas Lalanne.
Addressing EP Conference on the eve of the Human Rights Day
Maryam Rajavi’s remarks concluding the historic meeting of 1,000 former political prisoners of the Shah and the mullahs
Maryam Rajavi: We expect both Houses of the Italian Parliament to officially recognize the massacre of political prisoners in Iran as genocide and a crime against humanity
Maryam Rajavi: David Amess was a great advocate of freedom and human rights
Maryam Rajavi: PMOI, steadfast and committed to its ideals, more prepared and stronger than ever, has organized a nationwide Resistance