Who is Saeed Madani?
Saeed Madani was born on December 5, 1960.
He is a senior researcher in social sciences and a member of the Social Injuries Group at the Iranian Sociological Association.
He has founded a quarterly journal called the Social Welfare Quarterly.
Saeed Madani was one of the founders of a magazine called Iran Farda, in which people like Reza Alijani, Ezatullah Sahabi and Ahmad Zeidabadi worked.
He was arrested in 1978 along with so-called nationalist activists and sentenced to prison. After being elected president in 1988, he was banned from teaching for some time.
Saeed Madani has a doctorate in criminology.
On June 12, 1998, a book called The Collapse of Hoda Saber was unveiled, in which Saeed Madani and Farshad Momeni were the speakers. In this meeting, he asked for silence in memory of the “victims of 1988”, which caused a lot of margins.
His wife is Mansoura Etefaq.
His books are:
Sociology of prostitution
Sociology of Addiction
Social movements and democratization
The need to combat the phenomenon of poverty and inequality in Iran
Violence against children in Iran
Addiction in Iran
Investigating the social harms of prostitution