Teaching Human Rights using Arts and Crafts provides an enjoyable means of learning for children. In this kit self-expression will help the child understand his or her existence as an individual and consequently the rights that belong to him or her within the human community.
Workshop 30 of the “Kit for Human Rights Education through Art”.
Wildfire is the product of the author’s experiences and reflections in the field with a great number of national communities and institutes, raising sensitive issues of the arts and artists in the present stage of our collective learning process and trying to find answers in the Writings and the authoritative Guidance of the Bahá’í Faith.
As a contribution to this process of reflection, the Association for Baha’i Studies Australia hosted a 50th anniversary conference on the theme “Human Rights, Faith and Culture”. It is a theme particularly pertinent to our period of history in which the inter-relationship between belief, culture and human rights is at issue in both positive and negative ways.
In April 1993, just before the end of the Holy Year commemorating the historic occasion of the centenary of the ascension of Baha’u’llah, Roger White passed away. The poetry of Roger White was part of an emergence of a Baha’i consciousness in world literature. His story and his poetry are briefly examined in this book
A compilation from the Bahá’i sacred Writings on the subject of the teaching and education of children.
A compilation from the Bahá’i sacred Writings on the subject of service.
In this creative book, Paul Lample discusses the influence of the human mind in shaping human reality. He identifies three vehicles for changing reality: the individual, the institutions and the community at large. He highlights the need for study and learning and places the Bahá’í Writings as the pivot around which learning and change can […]
This is an outstanding collection of facts about the teachings, history and principles of the Baha’i Faith. Published first in 1963, this book stems from experiences during the early days of mass acceptance of the Baha’i religion in India.
Prepared by a study group at the Bahá’í World Centre and originally published in Kenya, this book is a guide for Bahá’ís, especially youth, who wish to deepen their knowledge of the Bahá’í Faith and become teachers of the Faith. The book deals with the fundamental aspects of the Faith and serves as a foundation for other more detailed study resources.
A series of six books on teaching children, these electronic editions are based on the first South African editions publised by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of South Africa.