The Green Movement ushers in a new chapter in the history of the Iranian democracy movement which began with the constitutional revolution of (1905-1911). For the first time the movement is also concerned about gender equality and women?s rights in the country. Looking at this movement through a gender perspective might shed light on an important dimension of the movement. A gender perspective is not only a matter of women?s rights but it is broader and includes power relations in different levels. I explain in this thesis the topic through a gender perspective focusing on two areas: the power relations and women rights.