Vol. 23 Nbr. 2, October - October 2013
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- Informal breakfasts become an important venue for dialogue on post-2015 development agenda.
- Builders of civilization: youth and the advancement of humankind.
- Sri Lanka youth conference demonstrates global concern of young people.
- Unprecedented act of senior cleric for religious coexistence resonates across religions.
- In the Arab and Muslim world, a new discussion on religious coexistence emerges.
- In from the cold: love, compassion and governance explored in Iceland.
- New report examines Iran's failed promises from 2010 Universal Periodic Review.
- At 2014 UPR, Iran's faces numerous questions about religous freedom and Baha'i's.
- UN experts: the inclusion of minorities can help stem extremism and hatred.
- Prize-winning film sheds light on misunderstood minority in Myanmar.
- In China, Nishan Forum examines global values in a changing world.
- Design of Colombian House of Worship unveiled.
- Post-2015 forum calls for a comprehensive approach to women's empowerment.
- Prime Minister of Samoa pays tribute to Baha'i community on 60th anniversary.
- Three high-level UN human rights experts condemn the destruction of a historic Baha'i cemetery in Iran.
- Three Baha'i's stabbed in Iran, emblematic of widespread religious hate crimes.
- In reports and resolutions, the United Nations expresses its concern over human rights in Iran.
- Documentary film charts Iranian Baha'is' peaceful response to oppression.