Shahla Lahiji

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Shahla Lahiji (born 1942) (Persian: شهلا لاهیجی‎) is an Iranian (Persian) writer, publisher, translator, and director of Roshangaran, a prominent publishing house on women's issues.

Lahiji was one of 19 writers and intellectuals prosecuted for participating in an academic and cultural conference sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Institute in Berlin on April 7 through 9, 2000 at which political and social reform in Iran were publicly debated.

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