Protesters burned headscarves and passports and defaced the sign outside the Iranian embassy in Wellington today - calling it a "terrorist embassy".
There have been widespread protests in Iran for weeks, in response to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died in custody after being arrested for violating the country's dress code.
This week, our government was accused of pulling its punches in condemning Iran's crackdown on protesters - while it negotiated the release of two travel bloggers detained in Iran.
Today in Wellington, around 50 people demonstrated outside the embassy and called on the international community to do more. Our political reporter Anneke Smith was there.