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Shirin Ebadi: Iran's Democratic Movement 'Well Alive'

Interviewee: Shirin Ebadi, Human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate
Interviewer: Isobel Coleman, Director of the Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative, CFR
April 25, 2011

Human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi discusses the impact of the Arab Spring on the democratic movement in Iran with Isobel Coleman, Director of the Council on Foreign Relations' Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative.


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