ThesisWomen’s rights have been greatly suppressed after the 1978-1979 Iranian revolution it will take great efforts to bring it back to what it once was. The leader of the 1979 revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, viewed Islamic tradition over modern policies as a greater necessity. Before the revolution, there was a Family Protection law and the Family Court system. The dismantling of these necessities made it much easier for men to divorce their wives at will; all that that stated that they could. During the quick divorce men would automatically gain custody of the children after it was over. Before the revolution women had an equal chance of getting the children if they as young as the age of nine because that is, under Islamic law, the point of puberty for a young girl; before the revolution, the marriage age for girls was sixteen. The Islamic Law of Retribution became an intensly common practice for men. Today in Iran it is immensly uncommon for a woman to have a job, in fact in some places it is discouraged because it barred but it still took multiple years for the segregation to end. At these universities, there were more restrictions than just the segregation because bars the “breadwinners” of the family. At that point, women were 13% of the workforce, and then after the war ended it dropped back to 8.6%. It is In relation to politics, woman have retained the right to vote, and the right to run for political positions like seats in parliament, which is a great feat considering how many of their rights have It took a decade before the first woman until 1993 when he ran again and It is no secret mostly the hair. The restrictions on the Hijab on the woman’s back. When living in the south of Iran, where the people and cities are more conservative, it is better to cover the arms. Complete coverage is not as common in the larger cities, but no shoulders or upper arms can ankles because showing ankles is punishable by a fine. Leggings in Iran where the policies are more relaxed.Women would begin allowing women to attend volleyball matches, but the plans have not yet game in the capital city of Tehran. Police in national sports as large as the Olympics. The mistreatment of women in Iran is often something that /, Anna, and Anna. “What to Pack for Iran & Dress Code for Women.” Anna Everywhere. August 04, 2017. Accessed November 06, 2017. http://annaeverywhere.com/iran-packing-list-what-to-wear-in-iran/.”About Marriage in Iran-where the minimum age is nine.” Go back to the front page. Accessed November 06, 2017. http://concit.org/about-marriage-in-iran-minimum-age-is-nine/.Correspondent, Tehran Bureau. “Iranian women and sport: every obstacle an opportunity.” The Guardian. April 20, 2015. Accessed November 06, 2017. https://www.theguardian.com/world/iran-blog/2015/apr/19/iran-women-sports-stadium-competitive-obstacles.”Http://ljournal.ru/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/d-2016-154.pdf.” 2016. ,:10.18411/d-2016-154.”The Women’s Movement.” The Women’s Movement | The Iran Primer. Accessed November 06, 2017. http://iranprimer.usip.org/resource/womens-movement.”Travelling to Iran: What to Wear?” TravelGeekery. October 31, 2017. Accessed November 17, 2017. https://www.travelgeekery.com/travelling-iran-wear/.”Volleyball woman Ghoncheh Ghavami out of Iran prison.” BBC News. November 23, 2014. Accessed November 06, 2017. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-30170752.”Where Are Iran’s Working Women?” Middle East Institute. Accessed November 06, 2017. http://www.mei.edu/content/where-are-irans-working-women.”Women’s Rights in Iran.” Human Rights Watch. October 29, 2015. Accessed November 06, 2017. https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/10/28/womens-rights-iran.