Who is the human rights activist Shadi Amin who lives in Germany?
Shadi Amin was the main researcher for the “Crime without Punishment” research project. This research deals with torture and violence against female political and ideological prisoners during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The result of this research is two volumes of books named “Crime without impunity; first report – torture of female prisoners in the 60s” and “Crime without impunity; torture and sexual violence against female prisoners, 70s and 80s” in Farsi language and book. “Crime and Impunity” is in English. In 2011, Shadi Amin started a research project titled “No to Forced Gender Change” with the Justice for Organization. The aim of this research project, the results of which are to be presented in 2013, is to investigate cases of violations of the rights of homosexuals and transgender people in gender reassignment practices. He presented part of the results of this research at the twenty-fourth conference of the Women’s Research Foundation, which was held in July 2013 in Cologne, Germany.