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Introduction

At core of what here is referred to as "Bahá'í approaches" lie the global vision and holistic system proposed over a century ago by Bahá'u'lláh (1817-1892). The Bahá'í community is the wordwide movement that represents the most systematic attempt to put that vision and system into practice.

Today, this movement is known as the Bahá'í International Community (BIC). It is recognaized as one of the most widespread and active international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Cooperating with and within the United Nations organization, the Bahá'í community's longstanding systematic work is seen in the forefront of constructive global change in the various fields of human endeavour.





Introductory pages:

  • Bahá'u'lláh, a brief introduction.
  • Bahá'u'lláh, an introductory statement on his life and work.
  • The worldwide Bahá'í Community, a brief introduction.
  • Bahá'í unity at the UN, an introductory description.
  • A holistic worldview, a brief descpription of Bahá'u'lláh's conception of reality.
  • Vision of a United Humanity, a brief exposition of the future of humankind.
  • Some fundamental social concerns, a selection of solutions presented by Bahá'u'lláh.
  • A unique system of governance, an outline of Bahá'í administrative principles.
  • A century of sytematic social experiment, a brief descpription of Bahá'í history.


    Official websites:

  • The Bahá'í World, the official web site of the worldwide Bahá'í Community.
  • International Bahá'í Library, the depository of Bahá'í writings.
  • National Bahá'í communities, links to Bahá'í communities from around the World.
  • The Bahá'í Community of Finland, the official Bahá'í web site in Finnland.


    News Services:

  • One Country, the online newsletter of the Bahá'í International Community.
  • Bahá'í World News Service, the online news service of the Bahá'í International Community.


    Materials for further reading:

  • The Promise of World Peace, a statement by the Universal House of Justice.
  • Who is Writing the Future?, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.
  • The Prosperity of Humankind, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.
  • Turning Point for All Nations, a statement by the Bahá'í International Community.
  • Bahá'í International Community Statement Library, statements on current issues.
  • Curriculum for Global Education, a teaching aid for primary and scondary schools.
  • TrueSeeker, an online study and search aid for exploring Bahá'í writings.


    Some educational and other orgnizations:

  • Nur University (Bolivia).
  • Maxwell Intarnational Bahá'í School (Canada).
  • Global Discourse Bahá'í Student Association, Joensuu (Finland).
  • Global Discourse Bahá'í Student Association, Jyväskylä (Finland).
  • Global Discourse Bahá'í Student Association (Finland).
  • Bahá'í Vocational School for Rural Women (India).
  • Bahá'í Academy at Panchgani (India).
  • The Landegg Academy (Switzerland).
  • Louhelen Bahá'í School (Unitd States).
  • Green Acre Bahá'í School (Unitd States).
  • Banani International Secondary School (Zambia).
  • Bahá'í Computer & Communications Association (BCCA).

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