The unity of the youth is demonstrated by some of the participants at the 2004 Changing Times youth seminar in the Czech Republic.
Vienna Norouzi, 11, with Eric Kingston, a member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Australia.
Members of the Continental Board of Counsellors being greeted by Mr. Ali Nakhjavani on the steps of the newly opened International Teaching Centre Building, 8 January 2001.
Gisu Muhajir with a photograph of her father, the Hand of the Cause of God Dr. Rahmatu’llah Muhajir, at the Growth and Victories conference held in his honor.
Participants at the national Bahá’í youth conference in N’Zerekore, Guinea.
Bahá’í youth of Cameroon, 1998.
Participants in the conference to inaugurate the International Teaching Centre building on their historic first ascent of the Terraces of the Shrine of the Báb on Mount Carmel on 14 January 2001.
Dr. Harold Coward, the opening speaker at the conference. Photo by Michael Adachi, courtesy of the Canadian Bahá’í News Service.
Members of the Mana musical group performing at the Sydney conference.
Olinga Daliwa, 18, a Bahá’í from Togo, who has lived with his family in Gueckedou, Guinea, for the past three years.
Professor Moshe Sharon and Dr. Wendi Momen.
Dr. Andy Knight, who delivered an address titled The New World Disorder: Obstacles to Universal Peace. Photo by Omid Rahimzadeh.
Traditional South American pan-pipes were among the instruments used by a musical group from Otavalo at the Growth and Victories conference in Ecuador.
Examining the program at the Portals to Growth conference in Sydney...Sue Edwards (left) and Peter Manins.
The Bahá’í House of Worship in Samoa filled with people for a conference.
A diversity of ages and backgrounds...some of the 1,200 participants at the Sydney conference.
Keynote speaker Dr. Farzam Arbab.
In the 1920s and 1930s, the Bahá’í community of the United States sponsored a series of “race amity” conferences and meetings, like this one held by the New York Bahá’í Assembly and the New York Urban League in New York City in 1930.
Salematou Kouyate, 21, of Conakry (right), and Sebastien Amodeo, 32, of Canada, in a dramatic performance.
Participants in the conference to inaugurate the International Teaching Centre Building tour the new building on 14 January 2001.
At the Perth conference...Farah Ghalili and Farhad Fozdar.
Erik Blumenthal at a Bahá’í conference in Langenhain, 1974.
Bahá’í participants at the 1999 annual summer festival at the Bahá’í House of Worship in Langenhain, Germany
An international Bahá’í conference in Frankfurt, Germany, 1958.
In November 1992, more than 27,000 Bahá’ís from some 170 countries assembled in New York City for the Second Bahá’í World Congress, which commemorated the centennial of Bahá’u’lláh’s passing.
Anita Vega of Otavalo, Ecuador, presented an address on the topic The Dynamic Force of Example at the Growth and Victories conference.
Some of the conference participants (from left to right): Dr. Iraj Ayman, Dr. Sholeh Quinn, Dr. Moojan Momen, and Dr. Wendi Momen.
Some of the participants at the conference.
One of the many artistic performances at the conference. (Left to right) Michael Bopp, Janet Youngdahl, Ralph Meier, Judie Bopp.
A Bolivian participant at the Bahá’í Social and Economic Development Conference, Orlando, United States in the 1990s
Siamak Hariri, who designed the first Bahá’í Temple of South America, to be located in Chile.
Poetic inspiration...Anis Mojgani recites one of his poems at the conference in Nashville. Photo by Tom Mennillo.
Perth participants Greg Parker (left) and Lim Sim Beow.
Auxiliary Board Members visiting the International Teaching Centre Building in January 2001
Dr. Michael Penn speaking at a conference on modern religions held on 17-21 December 2000 at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Members of the Continental Boards of Counsellors and their Auxiliary Board members at the January 2001 inauguration of the International Teaching Centre Building
Portrayal by actor Philip Hinton of historical Bahá’í figure Howard Colby Ives.
Sharing ideas, talents and faith... Bahá’í festival in Orissa.`
Shahla Maghzi Ali, who was a member of the panel discussing the role of young Baha’is on university campuses.
Roses adorned the stage as Leonor Dely performed at the Growth and Victories conference in Ecuador.
Augusto Lopez-Claros. Photo by Hamid Jahanpour.
Dancing at an international peace conference inside the Palia Vouli.
Participants from Quito and Cuenca at the Growth and Victories conference in Ecuador: (left to right) Shahnaz Reyes, Jose Luis Reyes, Walter Morocho, Marcia Heredia, Sadyhe Mondavi de Morocho.
A local boy peeks at the Bahá’í youth conference taking place in his neighborhood in N’Zerekore.
Papua New Guinea participants, Dorrie Hancock (center) and Patrick Metta (right), with Sue Whitley of Vanuatu at the Sydney conference.
Members of the Continental Boards of Counsellors and Auxiliary Board members at the inauguration of the International Teaching Centre Building in January 2001
Participants at the Bahá’í Social and Economic Development Conference, Orlando, United States
Keynote speaker at the Changing Times seminar, Mr. Ali Nakhjavani.
Anna McDonald (left) and Luke McPharlin in a musical performance at the conference in Perth.
People of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds attended the conferences.
Enoch Olinga, later to be appointed a Hand of the Cause of God (second left), and Elsie Austin (right) with other Baha’is at the African Intercontinental Bahá’í Conference, Kampala, Uganda, 1953.
Mr. Ali Nakhjavani, who presented the Hasan M. Balyuzi Memorial Lecture.
Dr. Kimberley Naqvi, one of the organizers of the conference.
A musical group from Quito at the Growth and Victories conference in Ecuador.
How to enchance children’s classes was a theme of the conferences...Annette Subhani is pictured with her daughter, Nicole.
Participants in a session on Contemporary Meeting of Ultimate Differences at the conference on modern religions held at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem on 17-21 December 2000.
Bahiyyih Ancheta reading a poem at the Bahá’í National Arts Festival in the Philippines.
Some of the musicians at the national Bahá’í youth conference in Guinea. (Photo by Mandy Morgan)
The International Teaching Centre Building at night.
Professor Moshe Sharon.
Jean Jacques Yem telling stories from the lives of the Báb and Baha’u’llah.
Baha’is from the United States who attended both conferences: (left to right) Betsy Ayankoya, Viki Lee, Susan Nossa.
A group meet together during the 1998 Rajasthan Bahá’í Conference in Kota, India
Professor Suheil Bushrui.