Michael Manley, was born in St. Andrew Jamaica on December 10, 1924, he died on March 6, 1997. He served as Prime Minister of Jamaica from 1972–1980 and from 1989–1992.
Advertisements Insightful and thought-provoking: ABS conference casts light on wide array of social themes To read the story online or view more photos, visit news.bahai.org. OTTAWA, Canada, 3 August 2021, (BWNS) — The 45th annual conference of the Association for Bahá’í Studies (ABS), held last week, brought together over 2,500 people to reflect on their efforts to contribute […]
Advertisements “A significant experience in our country”: Faith leaders in the UAE foster coexistence, build unified vision To read the story online or view more photos, visit news.bahai.org. ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, 22 July 2021 , (BWNS) — A unique forum initiated by the Bahá’ís of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is allowing religious leaders of the […]
Advertisements New Canadian parliamentary caucus looks at religion’s role in society To read the story online or view more photos, visit news.bahai.org. OTTAWA, Canada, 29 June 2021, (BWNS) — In a rare dialogue about the role of faith in governance, Canadian parliamentarians and representatives of the country’s religious communities recently held the inaugural meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary […]