The efforts of young adolescents to improve air quality and provide shelter from the heat had the added benefit of preventing a patch of road from eroding when floods hit
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Project restores faded parts of building and strengthens its seismic resistance, extending the conservation work carried out by Shoghi Effendi in the early 1950s.
New conceptions of human nature are challenging common notions about migration and fostering greater participation of migrants in the life of society.
At the 65th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, the BIC focuses on the need for models of leadership to be reevaluated.
Prayer, uplifting music, and service to community contribute to social transformation in Sydney neighborhood.
The concrete pour for the central plaza and floor of the main edifice this week signifies a new stage in the project, as two portal walls near completion.
A program prepared by the Bahá’ís of Chile and broadcast on a national media network explores experiences in responding to the health crisis.
#ItsTheirLand: Unprecedented reaction makes voice of persecuted Bahá’ís in an Iranian village global
Campaign calling for the return of ancestral lands to Bahá’ís in Ivel generates unprecedented global outpouring of solidarity from officials and prominent figures.
The Nineteen Day Feast—regular gatherings dedicated to prayer, consultation, and fellowship—has been added to Singapore’s intangible cultural heritage list.
Completion of the floor slab marks a key milestone in the construction of the temple in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as exterior of Kenya temple nears completion.
Farmers, agricultural scientists, policy makers address Iran’s Chief Justice and Minister of Agriculture
Farmers as well as agricultural scientists and policy makers in several countries have joined the growing outcry at Iran’s seizure of lands belonging to Bahá’í farmers.
Historic ceremony marks start of construction for the first local Bahá’í House of Worship in India.
An extraordinary wave of support from Muslim leaders, government officials, and parliamentarians comes as persecution of Iran’s Bahá’í community intensifies.
Custom-made formwork that will be used to mold plaza walls has been assembled as berm walls rise and work on garden paths advances.
“We stand with the Bahá’ís of Iran”: Former Canadian Prime Minister and judges condemn persecution of Bahá’ís
Former PM, justice ministers, and Supreme Court judges are among high-ranking legal professionals condemning recent court ruling to confiscate Bahá’í properties.
A BIC statement to the 59th session of the UN Commission for Social Development was at the heart of discussions Wednesday on AI.
Researchers and practitioners gather to explore insights into the complex and multidimensional challenges related to the availability of and access to food.
The film on equality between women and men premiered today and marks the 25th Anniversary of the landmark Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action.
Prompted by a desire for social progress, traditional chiefs gather to discuss their shared responsibility for the well-being of their people.
With work on berm foundations completed, structural reinforcements are now being put in place for one of the walls enclosing the south plaza.
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