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The Universal House of Justice has announced that two of its members will be resigning owing to considerations of age.
The bicentenary website has been expanded to include a new section with country reports.
The design for the local Baha’i House of Worship in Matunda Soy, Kenya, was unveiled at a celebration earlier today.
In the months since Hurricane Maria, another story has unfolded in the Caribbean—one of unity, cooperation, and collective action to rebuild.
The crown at the top of the roof of the local House of Worship in Colombia has been installed, marking an important milestone in the construction process.
A recent symposium brought together hundreds in Canada to speak about reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.
Postal services often issue commemorative stamps for historic occasions. This bicentenary year proved no exception.
Earlier today, the Baha’i community of Papua New Guinea unveiled the design for its national Baha’i House of Worship.
Vahid Tizfahm completed his 10-year sentence yesterday. At 44, he is the youngest member of the Yaran, who were imprisoned for their religious beliefs in 2008.
Jamaloddin Khanjani, 85, former member of the Yaran, completed his unjust ten-year prison sentence yesterday.
The Baha’i International Community has released a statement for the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women.
Malaysia’s Baha’i community recently hosted an innovative national celebration for the bicentenary of the birth of Baha’u’llah.
Over 100 Members of the European Parliament and Parliaments across Europe denounce the persecution of Yemen’s Baha’is in a statement released today.
Recent developments on the construction of the local Temple in Norte del Cauca signal the nearing completion of the project.
Michael Higgens, President of Ireland, hosted a Baha’i delegation to mark the bicentennial year.
Former member of the Yaran, Saeid Rezaie, has been released from prison after an unjust, decade-long sentence.
Asma Jahangir was highly regarded for her longstanding dedication to human rights and women's rights during her life. She passed away at age 66 on Sunday.
Prominent human rights lawyers have published an open letter calling on Iran’s Head of the High Council for Human Rights to acknowledge persecution of Baha’is.
The BIC has contributed a statement to this year’s UN Commission for Social Development, which is focused on global poverty eradication.
A new educational facility at the Lotus Temple hosts camps, courses, and seminars for youth involved in efforts to improve their communities in New Delhi.