Youth are not only the leaders of tomorrow but are active today in building a vibrant, multi-faith society that embraces diversity, a Baha’i representative, Sahba Clara Delshad, told the inaugural Youth Parliament of World Religions in Sydney.
The role of individuals in promoting peace was emphasised by prominent Australian journalist and author Liz Deep-Jones at an event following a service at the Baha’i Temple in Sydney on 20 September.
Prominent journalist, TV presenter and author Liz Deep-Jones will speak at a reception after a service on Sunday 20 September at the Baha’i Temple in Sydney.
The fluid tones of an Aboriginal language resounded in the Baha’i Temple in Sydney on 6 September 2015 as the Australian Baha’i Choral Festival choir sang a translation of scripture revealed by Baha’u’llah.
Baha’is from across Australia will be heading to Sydney in September to sing in the acoustically spectacular Baha’i Temple, an Ingleside icon above the city’s northern beaches.
In a story on page 2 of the newsletter, delegates who voted for the National Spiritual Assembly describe how the special election system and discussion methods were highlights of the national convention where the ballot took place.
A South Australian senator has spoken out in Federal Parliament against the “longstanding and continued state-sponsored persecution” of members of the Baha’i Faith in Iran.
Australian Baha’is are speaking out against a new wave of official attacks in Iran that has seen the closure of businesses run by their friends and family.