Kaveh Shahrouz is a lawyer, human rights activist and senior member of the MLI Center for Advancing Canada’s Interests Abroad. He is also a former senior human rights policy advisor at Global Affairs Canada. Kaveh Shahrouz is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Toronto, and has written extensively on human rights issues and international affairs. In 2013, Kaveh Shahrouz led a successful effort to convince the Canadian Parliament to recognize the massacre of political prisoners in Iran in the summer of 1987 as a crime against humanity under international law. He lives in Toronto.

Kaveh Shahrouz’s uncle, Mehrdad Ashtari, was among the victims of the massacre in the summer of 1367.

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