Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3. The rights and legal status of Iranian women have changed since the early 20th century, especially during the past three systems of government. Despite the advancement in higher education for women, there have been many setbacks. Main article: Women's rights movement in Iran. Though the announcement was viewed as a moderate improvement, the police still targeted activists campaigning against compulsory hijab-wearing. Iran's societal structure and the status of women began to improve after the Shah visited Turkey in Safiya Yazdi, with the support of her husband, opened Iffatiyah Girls School in and gained praise for her outspoken lectures on women's issues.
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