The role of women in constitutional events and its feedback in the Pahlavi period

Fahime Haji Alizadeh, Abuzar Salary Far, Ahmad Ranjbar


Examining the situation of women reflects the gradual development of their civil and political rights in Iran. However, this development truly began during the Qajar era with the Tobacco Movement and especially with the Constitutional Revolution, and continued during the first and second Pahlavi regimes. The participation of Iranian women in political activities during and after the Islamic Revolution is undeniable. However, women's participation in society and their fair share of opportunities in Iran still face various legal, political, economic, and cultural obstacles that have had adverse effects on Iran's development.


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