Publicado em 30 de junho de 2009
Traduções disponíveis em: français (original) .


From Iranian descent, with Persian and Kurdish speaking languages, having both the French and Iranian nationality, I live in France since 1977. I have studied sociology at the Human Sciences University of Strasbourg and obtained a Master’s degree (1991) and a Postgraduate Certificate (D.E.A) in Sociology (1993). My Master’s dissertation was on The mechanisms of perpetuation of horror and my postgraduate dissertation was on Domination as a social principle of suffering and silence.
Besides, many years of experiences and passion as a translator of sociological, philosophical and literary works brought me to develop my activities in the book and edition sectors as well.

Genealogical outline of the setting up of the Persian speaking network

The process of conception and setting up of this network can explain itself by its enrooting within an involvement started in 2002. Indeed, after leading activities and capitalizing experiences related to my cross-cutting work, from 2002 to 2004, for AEI, FPH, ECLM, a logic of progress generated by related initiatives and a multiplier effect, both of the acquired elements and of the complementary objectives to complete, brought me to widen the strategic fields by focusing my activities in line with a project of promotion of the Charter of human responsibilities, with the setting up of the Persian speaking network (Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan), inspiring my work from the framework of the Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World.

The specific nature of the regional geopolitical context in general and from Iran in particular involved from the start a specific effort on our own coherence in order to make possible a strategic viability with a ‘spinozist’ prudence!
During these last thirty years the Iranian world (whether, in its Persian speaking part as Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan or non Persian speaking, as Kurdistan and Azerbaijan) has been permanently disrupted by an unprecedented overall crisis. Indeed, the advent in 1978 of a theocratic political regime in Iran gave birth to an Islamist regime incontestably impacting the major challenges, not only of the Muslim Arab societies but also almost the whole international stage.
Taken and manhandled by a political anachronistic situation, and at the same time motivated by aspirations to live according to the human progress of our time, the Iranian society is living a fundamental moment of its history that is not only characterized by an anomie full of anachronisms, disarrays and sufferings, but also by a strong will to discover and to complete other lifestyles, hence the great dynamics of the civil society’s actions.
The other major specificity of this network concerns the massive presence of the Persian speaking Diaspora, very much related to an in permanent discussion with the challenges of the Iranian civil society.


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