OTHER BAHÁ’Í SITES
The Bahá’í Reference Library is the authoritative online source of Bahá’í writings. It contains selected works of Bahá’u’lláh, the Báb, ‘Abdu’l‑Bahá, Shoghi Effendi, and the Universal House of Justice, as well as other Bahá’í texts.
The Bahá’í World online features thoughtful essays and long-form articles that convey Bahá’í perspectives on the vital issues of our time, seek new insights from the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh and from Bahá’í experience, and highlight significant aspects of the Faith's history.
This section consists of texts which explore or expound upon the Bahá’í teachings. It includes statements of the Bahá’í International Community, historical studies and periodicals, and other reference works. It is anticipated that more texts will be added to each of the collections below as they become available.
Baha’i Blog is not an official Bahá’í site and it’s purely an individual initiative operating as a not-for-profit entity. Bahá’í Blog is committed to conducting its services within the framework of the Bahá’í teachings and the truths they enshrine.
The official news website of the worldwide Bahá’í Community.
BAHÁ’I INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY UNITED NATIONS OFFICE
The official website of the Bahá’í International Community's Office at the United Nations. The site contains news and information about recent activity and provides access to BIC statements, reports, and other publications.
A photographic narrative of the life of Bahá’u’lláh. Included on this site are pictures of His birthplace, the cities of His exile, the cell in which He was confined for two years, His final resting place, examples of His handwriting, and relics of His life.
An official website of the Bahá’í Faith that provides information about the Universal House of Justice and makes available selected statements and letters which have been written by it or prepared under its supervision.
BahaiTeachings.org is not an official website of the Bahá’í Faith. BahaiTeachings.org created this platform so individuals can share their personal perspectives and insights as they strive to implement the Bahá’í teachings in their everyday lives.
A documentary film about the community-building efforts of the Bahá’í world.
A film to celebrate the bicentenary of the Birth of the Báb.
This film captures the insights and experiences of people from four communities across the world whose efforts to build vibrant communities are at the frontiers of learning.
Tahirih Justice Center is a non-profit organization inspired by the spiritual principles of the Bahá’í Faith and the belief that the achievement of full equality between women and men is necessary for society to progress. We work to obtain legal and social justice for women and girls as a critical step in making this equality a reality.
Education is Not a Crime campaign, spearheaded by Maziar Bahari (who himself was the subject of Jon Stewart’s film, “Rosewater”), works with some of the world's best street artists to produce murals, digital media, and community workshops, linking different communities of struggle to uphold the universal right to education. The campaign centers on Mr. Bahari’s documentary film, “To Light a Candle,” which chronicles the lives of Iran’s Baha’is and their systematic exclusion from the Iranian higher education system. Education is Not a Crime is not an official Bahá’í site.