There have been arrests, violence and a rising death toll during more than seven weeks of protests in Iran. Demonstrators across the country – many of whom are students or even schoolchildren – are refusing to back down. What do they want and why are they willing to risk everything to get it?
Nergis and Mohsin are Iranian students. They have been part of the protests that have swept the Iran since the death of Mahsa Amini while in the custody of the country’s morality police. Despite a fierce government crackdown, in which almost 10,000 people have been arrested and internet access blocked, the students say they will not stop marching.