The Times and The Sunday Times

Since the revolution turned Iran into an Islamic republic, few voices other than the party line have been accepted in the public realm and exposed externally.

As the recent anti-regime protests in the country show, a large group of Iranians has increasingly become disenchanted with the country’s international isolation, structures of Islamic governance and what it sees as the blatant exploitation of religion for political ends.

How do Iranians living in the UK conceive of themselves and relate to their religion, society, culture, heritage and the recent political crisis?