Development Reflections:

A Bahá’í-inspired Network

WHAT IS THIS GROUP ABOUT?

A dedicated group of people working in international development and humanitarian response were interested in creating a learning, resource and information network and platform, to promote the articulation and application of the Universal Bahá’í principles in professional settings where we operate globally , be it the United Nations, Government donors, International and local NGOs, foundations, academic institutions or private sector.

This group is the result of that exploration open to people of any belief to elevate and contribute to the wider social discourse on important international development issues. While some Bahá’í-inspired organizations have been pioneering new approaches and generating valuable lessons, it is important to share this information more widely.

This is a place to connect with others working in international development, to ask a question or raise an issue you think deserves discussion or just have a tale to tell? go right ahead, we welcome all ideas and thoughts.

Check out our upcoming webinars.

NEXT EVENT
Sunday January 14, 2018
11:30 AM EST = 17:30 Geneva = 8:30 am PST (Los Angeles)
online webinar is: https://zoom.us/j/5224047453

Why Reconciliation is Fundamental to Human Progress

.With Lee Brown and Michael Bopp
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Facebook Group here 

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VIEW SUMMARIES OF SOME PAST EVENTS

Consultation in complex projects
Françoise Le Goff
View video webinar recording

View powerpoint presentation


Education and empowerment of communities through SAT in Honduras
Soheil Dooki and Leslie Stewart 
Youtube video on SAT Honduras: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfvIb1u6s-8&t=329s
What’s really wrong with development & How to fix it?
July 2017
Anisa Khadem Nwachuku
Ideas on a radical redefinition of the operating paradigm in international development and conceptual thinking and framing
June 18th, 2017

How Baha’i approaches in international development development differ from mainstream development approaches- observations from West Africa (Ghana) and South Asia (Pakistan).