Nasrin Sotoudeh — a prominent Iranian human rights lawyer — is facing 148 lashes and the remainder of her 38 year prison sentence. After being temporarily released for several weeks in November 2020, she was ordered back to Iran’s infamous Gharchak prison — even though she still had COVID-19. Nasrin’s sentence is the harshest recorded against a human rights defender in Iran in recent years. She is separated from her husband and two children — and prevented from being able to carry out her important work. To make matters worse, the appalling conditions in Shahr-e Rey “Gharchak” prison place her in serious danger of assault and violence, in addition to overcrowding and poor sanitation — all while she is already sick. We have grave concerns for her safety and well-being. Nasrin has dedicated her life to defending human rights. Now it’s time for us to stand up for her. Help us demand her unconditional release and bring her home — once and for all.