A banner placed on the front of one of some 79 Baha'i-owned businesses which were closed on the morning of 25 October in a systematic state-sponsored attack on the Baha'i community in one of the regions of Iran. It reads: "This commercial unit has been sealed owing to violation of trading laws/rules. The owner of this commercial unit... Read more >
24 October 2014
In response to the Bahá’í community’s ongoing representations to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the persecution of the Bahá’ís in Iran, Hon Murray McCully advised that he had spoken about this with Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif in Tehran recently. Mr McCully indicated that although Mr Zarif was “understanding” of the concerns raised it will be “necessary to maintain pressure and keep open channels for dialogue on these issues…” The ongoing desecration of the... Read more >
26 September 2014
New Zealand’s Bahá’í community have been honoured with a prestigious NZ Diversity Action Award by the Human Rights Commission for their outstanding efforts to strengthen race relations in New Zealand.
“Everyone knows young people are crucial to the future of our country but the Bahá’í Race Unity Speech Competition and Conference addresses the importance of engaging young people now, not waiting until they’re adults,” says Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy.
“New Zealand’s Bahá’í community have... Read more >
30 August 2014
NZ Diversity Action Award
The New Zealand Bahá'í community was among twelve recipients recognised for its “outstanding contribution to diversity in Aotearoa New Zealand” over the last 10 years.
The Award Ceremony concluded the Diversity Forum, held at the University of Canterbury on the 24th and 25th of August. The forum is sponsored annually by... Read more > 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next »