Vol. 22 Nbr. 1, September 2011
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- Global outcry over Iran's human rights violations: UN General Assembly resolution on Iran passes by widest margin since 1993; Nobel laureates, philosophers and theologians in more than 16 countries express concern for Bahai educators.
- Initial considerations regarding the elimination of the extremes of poverty and wealth.
- Network aims to make pilgrimage a greener experience.
- President of Palau visits Baha'i World Centre.
- Award-winning composer dedicated life to building a better world.
- In India, Lotus Temple embodies 'message for the world of today'.
- Australia 'enriched and ennobled' by Baha'i temple.
- New report exposes Iran's media campaign to demonize Baha'is.
- In Bangladesh, jurists learn about Baha'i personal and family law.
- Former UN commander in Rwanda sees pre-genocide conditions for Baha'is in Iran.
- Two former members of the Universal House of Justice pass away.
- A new direction for world economics? Right Relationship: Building a Whole Earth Economy.