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Faith as catalyst of social change: Perspectives from the Congo
Faith communities in Kinshasa have come together in pursuit of a more peaceful and united society.
Overcoming prejudice through education
The latest BWNS podcast episode explores how a group of young women helped their community to shed superstitious attitudes that have ostracized women for generations.
Baha’i World article highlights centrality of agriculture
Drawing on Baha’i teachings and history, an article in the newly-launched online publication describes the importance of rural development.
Kiribati President attends annual Baha’i convention
The country’s Baha’is are engaging with their government in a common aim to work for the betterment of the island nation.
The Baha’i World publication launches online
A new official Baha’i website makes available thoughtful essays and articles on contemporary issues and developments.
In this bicentenary year, remembering the birth of a new Faith
The latest episode of the Baha’i World News Service podcast focuses on the historic declaration of the Bab.
Encouraged by Prime Minister Ardern, New Zealand’s youth press to end racism
An annual event organized by the Baha’is, the national police, and other partners recently brought together nearly 100 young people to discuss unity and justice.
Questioning current modes of thought and action: European Parliament looks to the future
Amid rapid changes in society, European leaders seek new insights about religion’s constructive contributions to contemporary society.
Universal House of Justice announces architect for Shrine of ‘Abdu’l-Baha
A galvanized Baha’i world was called to raise a befitting Shrine in the vicinity of the Ridvan Garden in Akka.
67 selections from Baha’i writings published online
Using a recently developed feature of the Baha’i Reference Library, 33 Persian originals and 34 English translations of ‘Abdu’l-Baha’s works were made available today.
Donald Rogers, 1935-2019
The Universal House of Justice sent a message to all National Spiritual Assemblies on the passing of former International Teaching Centre member Donald Rogers.
In Mozambique, community mobilizes after cyclone
In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, one of the worst ever recorded in the southern hemisphere, the Baha’is of Dondo are contributing to the recovery of their area.
Canadian Parliament explores Internet, social media, and hate speech
The Baha’i community highlights the importance of cultivating a strong moral framework to understand and analyze online media.
Cities, technology, and happiness: a look at the future
The Baha’i Chair for World Peace brought focus on the impact of cities on well-being and their implications for the future.
Following tragedy, New Zealand’s Baha’is work for unity, healing
In the aftermath of a deadly terror attack, New Zealand draws on a rich spiritual heritage to recover and strengthen bonds of mutual respect and harmony.
A frank look at the news and its social impact
Spain’s Baha’i community brought together prominent journalists for an open exploration of media’s contributions to social harmony and social division.
Groundbreaking reflects unifying spirit of Kenya temple
A vibrant community in western Kenya celebrates the start of construction on the first local Baha’i House of Worship in Africa.
New year heralds second bicentenary period
On the eve of the Baha’i new year, preparations begin for the second historic bicentenary.
Baha’i World News Service becomes available in Spanish and French
Now available in two widely spoken languages, the Baha’i World News Service can reach a broader section of humanity
At UN Commission on the Status of Women, BIC highlights principles of oneness, equality
The Baha’i International Community addresses a statement to the 63rd session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
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