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The Afghan-Iranian Youth Network is a grassroots, self-funded and working class oriented youth network. Our publication, Nedayeh Mardom, comes out once every two months – but our organizing work extends beyond the production of a publication. We plan on taking a larger role in the workers struggle (union drives, etc…), organizing events in the community among other plans.

As I’m sure we all realize, printing and organizing take funds. As such, we expect progressive individuals, particularly from the Iranian or Afghan community, to step up and contribute to youth organizing themselves.

You can help out by taking out a subscription, giving donations or taking up advertising space in the newspaper or website. Subscriptions also allow you to receive the paper by mail.

Subscription (Canada Prices)

Worker/Student Rate

1 Year (6 Issues) - $15

2 Years (12 Issues) - $25

Solidarity/Well-Waged Rate

1 Year (6 Issues) - $30

2 Years (12 Issues) – 50$

Note: Prices are subject to change as our paper gets larger, and get produced more regularly. Subscriptions to outside of Canada may also cost more because of postage prices.


You can make either a one-time donation or you can get a regular monthly donation plan. Thus far, many progressive elders in our community have taken up the regular donation and we do encourage this.

Remember that we younger progressive Iranians need resources to continue our work. Older revolutionaries need to help us expand our work – as we carry forward the torch of a previous generation of committed activists.


For now, contact us at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . We will be setting up a pay-pal account in the near future for convenience.


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A group of Afghan and Iranian youth who have come together to build a network of organized progressive youth in our communities across Ontario.

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