CCITTA CALL FOR THE TWITTERSTORM IN CONDEMENATION OF STATE_MURDERING OF MORE THAN 50 STUDENTS IN LESS THAN TWO MOUNTHS, ON THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2022

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

In Condemnation of killing students in #Iran

Join the Coordinating Council of Iranian Teachers’ Trade Associations (CCITTA), in a twitterstorm Thursday November 10, 2022, 21:00 to 23:00 Iran time (18:30 to 20:30 CET; 12:30 to 14:30 ET), using the following hashtags in both English and Farsi

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

:Background

The murder of Jina (Mahsa) Amini in Sep 16, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman visiting Tehran from Saqqez, ignited an uprising in Kurdistan which briskly went beyond the Kurdish communities and spread across Iran, forming the most radical feminist movement in recent history of the country.

The movement touched the schools and students fundamentally. Highschool students joined the uprising from the very begging, and schoolgirls have been at the forefront of the schools’ protests both within the educational spaces and in the streets. The security forces responded to the peaceful protests brutally and mercilessly. At least 300 are confirmed dead since the beginning of the uprising, out of which 50 are under 18 years old. 50 children are killed in less than two months, and new murders are reported each single week. Like all other previous experiences, the security forces’ treatment of protesters from non-Persian groups have been the bloodiest; some 58 percent of the whole victims are Baluchis and Kurds. And speaking from the children’s numbers, 62.5 percent of the casualties are from Baluchistan and Kurdistan. But unfortunately, the horrific news of the murder of the students, children and teenagers has not been reflected properly by the international and English media. Through this twitter storm, the Coordinating Council of the Iranian Teachers’ Trade Association (CCITTA) aims to publicize the case of the murder of more than 50 students, children and teenagers in the past two months in Iran.

Join us on Thursday, November 10, 2022, for the twitter storm; use the following hashtags in all or most of your tweets please:

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

?Ready to make some noise

Follow up on our social media accounts. Then invite your colleagues, friends, followers, and organizations!

Sample Tweets (please feel free to use these sample tweets or make your own but use the key hashtags):

Support the November 10th, Twitterstorm in Condemnation of killing Student in #Iran

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

#Iran: Respect children’ Rights! Free jailed student, teachers, and all activists!

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

#Iran: What is the crime of the students who were killed or jailed? Free Them Now!

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildrenInIran

Iran: Free Jailed students in #Iran (Name as many as you can here and then add the following hasgtags)

#نه_به_کودک_کشی

#StopKillingChildernInIran

*(You can tag government authorities; for instance, IRI’s embassies or @Iran_UN)

What else you can do to support

–       Change your Profile Picture from now until November 10, 202. Use the attached pictures or the hashtags

–       Take pictures with your signs calling for the condemnation of killing students in Iran

–       Use/edit the attached sample letter to send protests letters to the Iranian government )authorities (See below 

Send solidarity messages and letters to 

Coordinating Council of Iranian Teachers’ Trade Associations (CCITTA)

Email: kashowra1401@gmail.com; info@hamahangi.org

Telegram Channel: t.me/kashowra

Instagram Page: https://instagram.com/kashowra

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoordinatingA

This Twitterstorm is formed by the Coordinating Council of Iranian Teachers’ Trade Associations (CCITTA)’

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