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Une révolution iranienne : Femme Vie Liberté remporte le trophée de l’engagement solidaire

An Iranian revolution: Femme Vie Liberté wins the solidarity award

At Livres Hebdo's 5ᵉ Trophées de l'édition ceremony, Une révolution iranienne : Femme Vie Liberté, published by Beaux-Arts de Paris édition, won the trophy for commitment to solidarity.

Presented by David Abiker, the ceremony was attended by more than 600 guests from the publishing industry, and provided an opportunity to award fifteen prizes to the most successful French-language publications of the year. 
The jury, chaired by Michel-Édouard Leclerc, included Christine Carrier, Martin de Halleux, Pierre Fourniaud, Emilie Frèche, Adrien Goetz, Sarah Polacci, Valérix Six, Anne-Laure Vial, Kate Wilson, Pierre Georges and Jacques Braunstein.

Her name was Mahsa Amini, a young Kurdish woman killed by the Iranian vice police on 16 September 2022.
More than 50 graphic artists and press cartoonists are committed to supporting the fight for women's rights and freedom in Iran, with posters and graphic creations inspired by the posters of the Russian and Cuban revolutions, May 68 and the strong, effective graphic codes specific to Persia.
4 institutions have joined forces - the Beaux-Arts de Paris, the Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris, the Palais de Tokyo and the Palais de la Porte Dorée - to publish a reference work on these struggles. 
A tribute to the struggle and to dignity, this book is part of the fundamental struggles for women's and men's rights.

Find out more about the book Une révolution iranienne : Femme Vie Liberté.