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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.
A process is unfolding in the DRC—one that seeks to build capacity within all people to arise and contribute to the advancement of civilization.
The recent unjust death sentence of Hamed bin Haydara in Yemen has evoked a wave of protest across the region.
From worldwide bicentenary celebrations to the dedication of the first local Baha’i House of Worship, 2017 has been a remarkable year.
At a regional meeting in Sudan this month, leaders on the African continent met to explore the rights and welfare of children.
On Tuesday, the UN General Assembly rebuked Iran’s human rights violations against the Baha’i community there, for the 30th time.
The Universal House of Justice released a message to all National Spiritual Assemblies on the passing of former House of Justice member Hartmut Grossmann.
Is tolerance enough to help diverse societies live in peace and thrive? Scholars and faith representatives explored this question in Abu Dhabi last month.
At an international conference of faith leaders, a Baha’i representative highlights the role of religion in fostering peace.
Imprisoned for religious beliefs, Behrooz Tavakkoli, member of the former leadership group of the Baha’is of Iran, has completed his unjust sentence.
Members of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies held a special session yesterday to speak about the life and teachings of Baha'u'llah.
Iconic Baha'i buildings, constructed with Italian marble, were featured in a month-long exhibition at the Palladio museum.
In Norte del Cauca, under the watchful gaze of the Andes, amongst forest and farmland, the clear form of the local House of Worship is rising above the fields.
In a vote today, the United Nations General Assembly rebuked Iran for continuing human rights violations.
Baha’u’llah’s original writings and certain items associated with His life are on display at the British Museum until January 2018.