Australian Baha'i Sites
Shell Cove

The emergence of a school system rooted in Baha’i moral education 

Over the past few years, a group of parents in Shell Cove, New South Wales have been working to forge a strong relationship with the local primary school and collaborating with the principal to ...

Elizabeth

Learning how to work in pockets 

More than 100 families are connected to the capacity-building process unfolding in the community of Elizabeth in Adelaide, with many children, young people and adults reflecting, consulting and ...

Ballarat

Ballarat junior youth support those addressing homelessness and food insecurity

A junior youth group in Ballarat, Victoria has focused its latest service project on housing and food insecurity at a time when the region’s social services are under increased pressure.  The ...

Mosman Park

Empowering women, reading reality and blurring the socio-economic divide: The Sisterhood of Mosman Park 

The focus of the Mosman Park Sisterhood is simple yet profound – to respond to the needs and aspirations of the women in the neighbourhood.  “The purpose of the Sisterhood is to create a regular ...

Waiben

‘We learn together’: Locals in Waiben neighbourhood take charge of children’s festivals 

Families in the neighbourhood of Waiben, Thursday Island are taking ownership of the facilitation of local children’s festivals, leading to a more “related and adaptable” experience.   ...

Sydney

How one Sydney boardroom transformed into a space of spiritual exploration 

Baha’is and their friends across the country are striving to advance the capacity-building work in a multitude of settings, building vibrant and prosperous spaces founded on unity and community. ...

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