Azadi Network

is a non-partisan consortium of passionate Iranians in the diaspora. United by a common goal, we're committed to amplifying the “Women, Life, Freedom” and the rights of religious and ethnic minority and LGBTQIA+ groups and giving voice to the diverse Iranian community worldwide. Based in the UK, our heart lies in championing the diverse British-Iranian community and constituency.

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  • Partners

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About us

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  • Our Key Endeavours Include

    Our wide-ranging network of expertise enables us to provide consulting and conduct advocacy on a variety of subjects relating to Iran.

  • Information Access

    We diligently work to provide factual, current information on Iran. This is facilitated through meetings, talks, and various written communications.

  • Alliance Building

    Building strong partnerships with various organisations and groups is at the core of our efforts. We aim to reflect the multifaceted demands of the Iranian society by bridging connections between these entities.

  • Advisory Group

    Our network is strengthened by an Advisory Group that offers invaluable representation, experience, and expertise. Their insights enrich the communication we share and the final products we release.

  • Advocacy

    Azadi network’s advocates are always on the front lines, briefing interested parties about the evolving situation in Iran. We ensure that these communications resonate with the aspirations and demands of the Iranian diaspora.

  • Our Beliefs and Vision

    We are a spirited group of volunteers who staunchly believe in the grassroots approach to leadership and organisation. We uphold the values of Women, Life, and Freedom. By empowering emerging leaders within our community, we aim to champion the voices of those who have historically been ignored, oppressed, or discriminated against. Through forging alliances with active organisations, groups, and individuals, we not only amplify the diverse demands of the Iranian diaspora but also pave the way for their engagement with key decision-makers. At our core, we have a versatile methodology that draws from various techniques, notably including the Marshall Ganz methods. We're proud that our approach can be adapted and duplicated for other communities and regions. We wholeheartedly encourage others to reach out, join us, and learn more about how they can make a difference.


Help us make a difference. We ask for your kind donations for the 19th September Woman.Life.Freedom Anniversary Breakfast Parliament Event

  • Azadi Network together with Sarah Olney MP is honoured to be holding the Anniversary Breakfast Meeting at the Parliament Terrace Pavilion on Tuesday 19 September 2023 to mark the one year anniversary of Mahsa Jina Amini’s death and to commemorate the Woman, Life, Freedom movement in Iran.

  • Major donnors £1,000 and above will be added to Azadi Network VIP Members list.* Donations of £500 will get you ticket to attend the event.

  • Your generous donations will help us make a significant impact and add to the success of this event.

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Our team

In addition to our core team of four British-Iranian women, we receive assistance from more than 15 volunteers.

  • The founder of Azadi Network, Negin Shiraghaei, has committed her life to empowering and amplifying the voices of many communities in Iran. She once served as a news anchor for BBC Persian, a position that put her family in Iran in danger. As a champion of human rights, Negin has brought her cause to a global audience, speaking before the UN Human Rights Council twice in particular. She has steadfastly denounced the crimes committed by the IRGC (Iran's Revolutionary Guard) and fervently defended women's rights. Negin engages Iranian listeners with her investigative podcast, Kutena, where she explores corruption in Iran, in addition to her advocacy work. She also is the co-founder of a femtech start-up, March Health.

  • We receive help from our network of professionals from the many facets of the Iranian community, and they are available to share their knowledge with the media and decision-makers.


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Our partners

In addition to our core team of four British-Iranian women, we benefit from the help of more than 15 volunteers who will

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    Azadi network is a non-partisan, fact-based advocacy network uniting the Iranian diaspora of diverse backgrounds, identities, beliefs, and experiences.

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