The lecturer, who fears for her mental health according to letters smuggled out of jail, is now in a desert facility.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been held in Iran since 2016
Kylie Moore-Gilbert: A British-Australian academic transferred to ‘notorious’ Qarchak prison in Iran The lecturer at Melbourne university jailed in Iran on spying charges has been moved to a notorious women’s prison, a human rights group has said fear mental health.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been transferred from Evin prison to Qarchak prison, a desert facility notorious for its poor conditions and overcrowding, the Centre for Supporters of Human Rights said.
The group said its information came from Reza Khandan whose wife, human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, is also imprisoned in Evin.