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Shapoor Monadjem, 1933-2018
The Universal House of Justice sent a message to all National Spiritual Assemblies on the passing of former International Teaching Centre member Shapoor Monadjem.
UN resolution calls for end to Iran’s rights violations against Baha’is
The UN General Assembly calls on Iran to end denial of education, incitement to hatred, destruction of cemeteries, and other attacks on Baha’is.
Baha’i Most Holy Book published in Cebuano
A new translation makes available Baha’u’llah’s Most Holy Book in the second-most widely spoken native language in the Philippines.
Probing violent radicalization
Baha’is co-organize forum to better understand and prevent radicalization.
Man of the Trees: Pioneering environmentalist remembered
Drawn to the Baha’i Faith at a young age, Richard St. Barbe Baker was a visionary environmentalist whose global impact is being revisited.
Toward global peace: Baha’i Chair assembles leading specialists
The Baha’i Chair for World Peace facilitated a dynamic exchange of perspectives on peace and security between leading thinkers.
Overcoming prejudice and intolerance essential for a safer world
Kazakhstan’s 6th Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions engaged religious leaders in a dialogue on building a more secure future for humanity.
Baha'i news publications seek to elevate thought, inspire action
For well over a century, Baha'i news publications have inspired and informed readers interested in the affairs of the Baha'i community.
Baha'i Chair explores overcoming racism
The 2018 Baha'i Chair for World Peace Annual Lecture tackled structural racism and the roots of prejudice.
New Maori prayer book connects hearts with the divine
A book of 81 Baha’i prayers has been published in Maori, the language of New Zealand’s indigenous people.
“A Widening Embrace” extra features released
Three short films complement “A Widening Embrace”, telling the story of transformation of communities unfolding throughout the world.
Baseless charges in Yemen signal intensified persecution
Houthi authorities targeted about 20 Baha’is with a string of baseless charges.
Out of exile, a light to the world — 150th anniversary of Baha’u’llah’s arrival in Holy Land: Part 3
In oppression, 150 years ago, Baha’u’llah penned some of His weightiest writings, addressing the kings and rulers of His time.
New feature for releasing sacred Baha’i Writings launched
More than 100 Tablets and passages of Baha’u’llah and ‘Abdu’l-Baha were published online today on the Baha’i Reference Library.
Out of exile, a light to the world — 150th anniversary of Baha’u’llah’s arrival in Holy Land: Part 2
Friday, 31 August, marks the 150th anniversary of the day of Baha’u’llah’s arrival in Akka, the last in a series of banishments from Persia to the Holy Land.
Out of exile, a light to the world — 150th anniversary of Baha’u’llah’s arrival in Holy Land: Part 1
This week marks the 150th anniversary of Baha’u’llah’s arrival in Akka, the last phase of His banishment from His homeland of Persia.
Musical about escaping slavery raises consciousness, inspires conversation and action
Henry Box Brown, a new innovative stage production at a major international arts festival, contributes to a vital discourse on racial equality and unity.
Imagining UN's evolution, global governance specialists collaborate
An award-winning proposal to reshape global governance highlights possibilities for the UN, its further development, and its mandate.
Counsellors’ conversation on spiritual transformation and social change: Part 3
In this conversation, Counsellors explore the relationship between worship and service and discuss family life, community, and race unity.
Following Colombia Temple opening, first visits begin
More than 300 people, largely from nearby communities, met for prayers as local populations made their first visits to the Baha’i House of Worship in Norte del Cauca.
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