Australian Artists Respond to Persecution in Iran

Australian Artists Respond to Persecution in Iran

Sydney artists whose friends and family have suffered religious persecution in Iran opened an exhibition of their work at Articulate Project Space in Leichhardt, New South Wales on 5 August 2017. The exhibition will continue until 20 August 2017 and will include a public program of art workshops, performances and artist talks, including activities for children and families.
Call for immediate release of Bahai leaders in Iran

Call for immediate release of Baha'i leaders in Iran

Australian Baha’is are joining an international call for the immediate release of seven Baha’i leaders who were arrested in Iran nine years ago this weekend.
Prominent Australian journalist  launches human rights publication

Prominent Australian journalist launches human rights publication

Discussion about Iran is vitally important for those concerned about human rights, freedom of religion and a just world, journalist John Cleary said at a reception after a Human Rights Day service at the Baha’i Temple in Sydney on 4 December 2016.

Religious bigotry prompted murder in Iran

Religious bigotry prompted murder in Iran

Australian Baha’is are outraged and deeply saddened at the murder of Farhang Amiri, a much-loved and widely admired resident of Yazd in Iran, spokesperson Natalie Mobini said today.