Human Rights Activists (in Iran) launched Spreading Justice with an aim to end the widespread impunity enjoyed by perpetrators within the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI). Each day, numerous violations are committed, many of the perpetrators of these crimes are left not only unpunished but often times unnoticed.
The Spreading Justice database documents violations in real-time and is updated daily. Each violator is profiled in a downloadable report that includes a detailed narrative of the violation, supporting documentation, reports, and media as well as institutional affiliations, detailed legal reviews, and any victims connected to their crimes.
HRA believes that the first step to ending the widespread violations occurring in the IRI is to hold perpetrators accountable for their actions. Spreading Justice was created to enable the International community to speak up, condemn, and take action against these perpetrators. The database is available to the public so that researchers, governments, lawyers, organizations, and activists can use the information for accountability purposes. Users can search the database by name, affiliation, and violation type, among several other indicators.