Narges Mohammadi's children will accept the Nobel Peace Prize on her behalf, as she remains imprisoned in Iran for her activism, including women's rights advocacy and opposition to the death penalty.

Kiana and Ali Rahmani, the teenage children of Narges Mohammadi who live in Paris with their father, will receive the award in Oslo and deliver the Peace Prize lecture. Mohammadi, recognized for her persistent activism despite facing arrests and imprisonment by Iranian authorities, is sending a message of gratitude to the international media for supporting human rights defenders. Her current detention in Tehran comes after her significant role in protests over the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody.