Close

Support Global Voices

To stay independent, free, and sustainable, our community needs the help of friends and readers like you.

Donate now »

Fred Petrossian · April, 2007

I am a Europe based Iranian journalist, blogger, and researcher. I joined Global Voices in summer 2005 and I used farid pouya and hamid tehrani as nicknames. I was the Iran editor of GlobaI Voices from May 2006 to January 2015. I have also been involved with several digital projects such as Digiactive and March 18 Movement [Think Social award 2009]. I co-edited and co-wrote “Hope, Votes and Bullets” book about Iran's protest movement and social media. For about 9 years I had been the Online Editor in Chief of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty's Persian service (Radio Farda) in Prague. Twitter: @fredpetrossian

Email Fred Petrossian

Latest posts by Fred Petrossian from April, 2007

Iran:Hidden thoughts of Ahmadinejad

Iran: Crackdown on Women Again

Iranian police have begun to crackdown on women’s dress. After the Islamic revolution of 1979, women have been obliged to cover their hair and wear long, loose-fitting clothes to disguise...

Iran:247 journalists asked government to release Farahbakhsh

Iran:Disrespect to the Society

Iran:Government puts economic pressure on Iranian journals

Iran:Anniversary of the Armenian Holocaust in Tehran

Iranian Women's Movement Beyond Gender and Age

Thanks to Kosoof, a leading photoblogger, we can discover some important moments of this movement in photographs from the last two years. Here are six photos chosen to display that...

Iran:War for oil

Iran:Most arrested students are released

Iran:Reflections on Virginia Tech

Iran:Virginia shooting in Iranian Blogestan

Haji Washington[Fa] says if a Korean student had killed people in a European university as this stupid guy did in Virginia Tech, a wave of hatred would create serious problems...

Iran:Watch how a student activist was kidnapped in 35 seconds

Interview with Digital Kalashinkov, Journalist and Blogger

Blogs are the most free media in Iran and have found their own place in society. The blogs have pushed the boundaries ... Reformist politicians have given importance to bloggers....

Iran:15 students arrested in a university in Mazandaran

Iran: State-Run Newspaper Mocks Ahmadinejad

Iran:Shortage of medicines for MS patients

Iran:Women of Tehran's pre-revolution brothel district

Iran:Two women activists are out of jail

Iran:Remember Ali Farahbakhsh

Iran:No Sunni mosques in Tehran

Receive great stories from around the world directly in your inbox.

Sign up to receive the best of Global Voices!

Submitted addresses will be confirmed by email, and used only to keep you up to date about Global Voices and our mission. See our Privacy Policy for details.

Newsletter powered by Mailchimp (Privacy Policy and Terms).

* = required field
Email Frequency



No thanks, show me the site