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Labour law and employment

Labour law is a branch of the private law sector. The contractual clauses and obligations are defined by the labour code and the nature of the position held

Employment contract

Employment contract

An element affirming the will and commitment of the worker to respect his contractual obligations

Working hours

Working hours and holidays

Under the labour code’s framework, they are determined by the type of contract they have

Termination and dismissal

Termination and dismissal

A clause to be defined according to the cause and nature of the employment contract

International law and relations between states

International law perfectly organises the relationship between states. Thus, it establishes peace and security.

This inter-state law emphasises the sovereign will of the states. Furthermore, the relationship between states is ruled by laws or legal rules. These are established on the basis of free consent and without oppression.

Public international law

Public international law

The set of rules governing the state’s relationship with other states

Private international law

Private international law

Legislation governing the persons in different states

international law

Human rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The basis of human rights in private and social life. This declaration has an international dimension.

Individual freedoms

All the rights and freedoms recognised and exercised by the individual, on a personal basis

The right to work

To work and earn a decent living is one of the basic rights of all individuals.

The right to education

To receive an education is a fundamental universal right, recognised to all individuals.


Programmes, funds and specialised institutions

After the world wars, international committees founded organisations that work to preserve peace. They act within the framework of international social life.


The UN aims to solve international problems and preserve lasting peace


An organisation that protects children, adolescents and the most vulnerable


The organisation assists countries during crises and fights against acute hunger

Discrimination against women

Maryam Rajavi, a politician and a figure of women’s freedom, is leading a glorious struggle for equal rights. She is working to eliminate discrimination against women in all forms in the Iran of tomorrow. Respect for fundamental rights and equality are the principles advocated by Maryam Rajavi. Find out more at


Fight against injustices

In contrast to the law of the strongest, the world is establishing legal rules, laws and conventions to prevent discrimination and injustice to others.

Convention against torture

Convention against torture

These texts contain the penalties and classification of inhuman acts, cruel treatment of a person.

Right to resist oppression

Right to resist oppression

This is the way in which people act to fight against injustice caused by a higher arbitrary power

Rights of persons with disabilities

Respect, physical and moral integrity, are the fundamental rights granted to people with disabilities. These principles are very important because of the respect of equality. The right to nationality, the right to work, the right to vote are linked to persons with disabilities. They are treated equally to all citizens.

Rights of persons with disabilities
Rights of persons with disabilities

Peace, dignity and equality

In order to preserve peace, dignity and equality of people, we must acknowledge the following rights, common to all individuals :

Economic rights
Housing, proper nutrition, health, the right to education, social security, etc. are the foundations of a person's economic rights