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As the dates of the dedication of Battambang's Temple approach on 1 and 2 September, new aerial footage shows the final stages of its construction.
As the actor Earl Cameron turns 100, he reflects on his life of working towards equality in the film industry.
Nobel Laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi invited faith representatives together to commemorate the seventieth anniversary of her father's death.
The accused murderer of a Baha'i in Yazd will face only 11 years in prison, owing to the religious discrimination in Iran's penal code.
Recent tributes in honor of the bicentenary of the birth of Baha'u'llah include a letter from Singapore's Prime Minister.
Three decades ago, barred from higher education, the Baha’is of Iran embarked on a remarkable journey to educate their youth.
As the EU contemplates the future of Europe, the BIC urges it to act with the whole world in mind.
The Baha’i House of Worship in New Delhi was the venue for a thoughtful and profound exchange on overcoming differences and building social harmony.
On the International Day of Refugees, faith and non-governmental groups in Spain gathered to raise consciousness about migration and the need for greater action.
African leaders from various sectors of society explored environmental goals for the continent at a meeting in Gabon this month.
Over a thousand participants gathered at the unveiling of the Temple design in Tanna, in a spirit of joy and unity.
The design of the local House of Worship to be built in Tanna, Vanuatu, was unveiled today.
A video featuring pop music singer Nathaniel shares words of Baha’u’llah through music.
Education is Not a Crime is a street art campaign to raise awareness for human rights in Iran.
As the Baha'i community prepares to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Baha'u'llah, the Harvard Divinity School also commemorates its bicentenary.
Canada is commemorating 150 years of its confederation by focusing on diversity as a resource for collective advancement.
Tribal leaders and human rights activists led a demonstration calling for an end to the persecution of Baha'is in Yemen.
Mark Tobey was an American painter whose influence on art in the twentieth century is being recognized again after many decades.
New aerial video footage shows the progress on the construction of the local Baha'i House of Worship in Colombia, which began officially in January.
Seven Iranian Baha’i leaders were imprisoned nine years ago. The BIC’s campaign “Not Another Year” calls for their release.