The following piece is a reflection written by our Baha’i Chair Student Intern, Sara Rissanen. This piece discusses Frontiers of Global Governance and Leadership, one of the five central themes of the Baha’i Chair for World Peace. Continue reading
The following piece is a reflection written by our Baha’i Chair Student Intern, Sara Rissanen. This piece discusses Structural Racism and The Root Cause of Prejudice, the first of the five central themes of the Baha’i Chair for World Peace. Continue reading
Global Climate Crisis: Seeking Solutions
Tuesday April 14th, 2020
9am – 6pm
To join the conference use the following:
Virtual Conference Link: tinyurl.com/global-climate
Access Password: global2020
Learn more about the speakers and topics included in the Bahá’í Chair’s upcoming Virtual Climate Change Conference.
We at the Baha’i Chair for World Peace are deeply concerned about the evolving global health crisis and its impact on people everywhere. We mourn the loss of so many lives and our hearts go out to those who have lost loved ones.
This crisis is a reminder that our compassion, good will, and endurance are the characteristics that help us to pull through the most difficult of circumstances. It is also a reminder of how we as a people are closely interconnected with others in every corner of the world. Continue reading
This is an insight written by Jackson Devadas on the recent Bahá’í Chair for World Peace Lecture, “The Immigration Officers Are Always Around!” held at the University of Maryland on February 25, 2020. Continue reading
This is an insight written by Julia Thomas on the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace 2018 Annual Lecture: Deconstructing Race/Reconstructing Difference presented by Professor Jabari Mahiri, University of California Berkeley, on September 20, 2018. Continue reading
This post was written by Ashli Taylor as reflection on her time as an intern with the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace. Continue reading