Vol. 19 Nbr. 3, April 2008
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- In Haifa, a global election showcases global diversity: more than 1,000 delegates from 153 countries, using a distinctive democratic electoral process, gather to elect the international governing body of the Baha'i Faith.
- Crossing the divide between science and religion: a view on evolution.
- Women's equality can improve economic performance, economist tells the UN.
- At the UN, a discussion of poverty, employment, and the meaning of work.
- In Egypt, the government decides not to appeal Baha'i decision in religious freedom cases.
- In Iran, new anti-Baha'i tactics come amidst surprising pockets of support.
- In Vietnam, a milestone for Baha'is.
- With no nominations or campaigning, how does the Baha'i electoral process work?
- The "new Alexandria" and global change.