The IRGC and Terrorist Designations in the UK and EU – Possibilities and Challenges

The International Criminal Law Committee invites interested members within the American Bar Association to join our meeting on January 27, 2023 at 12 noon (EDT) with Shadi Sadr, Iranian Lawyer and Co-Founder and Executive Director of Justice For Iran. This meeting will focus on the recent wave of considerations being made by the UK and EU to designate the IRGC a terrorist organization. While the US has already made this particular designation, the speaker will bring the participants up to date on why this conversation is taking place now, the importance of such a designation by the UK and EU, and the impact such a designation will have on the people of Iran and beyond.

Please go to this link to register for the meeting.

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  1. Designating the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization by the UK and EU would be a significant step in increasing pressure on the Iranian regime. It could also have a significant impact on the people of Iran, as the IRGC plays a major role in the country’s economy and politics. The meeting with Shadi, would likely provide valuable insights into the reasons behind the recent push for this designation, as well as the potential ramifications for the people of Iran and the international community. It would be an opportunity to hear from someone with expert knowledge and first-hand experience of the situation, and would likely be a valuable learning experience for participants.

    Good luck!


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