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WELCOME


This Webspace is maintained by Iain S. Palin for the Bahá'í Information Office of the United Kingdom. Comments can be sent to him at isp@iol.ie

IMPORTANT NOTE

The BIO Webspace is being more closely integrated into the site of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United Kingdom. A new home page has been created on that site and the home links from the various sites below will lead you into it. If you visit the BIO Webspace regularly you might like to bookmark it. The direct link, avoiding the rather attractive Flash effects but getting right to it iswww.bahai.org.uk/bio/intro.htm




SITES SERVED BY THIS WEBSPACE:


THE HERITAGE SITE Saving the best of, and adding to, the material brought together for the Centenary Website of the Bahá'í Faith in the United Kingdom. A unique collection of documents and pictures inspired by a community's growth in the Faith.

DIRECTIONS to the grave in London of Shoghi Effendi, Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith, and to the U.K. National Bahá'í Centre.

BAHÁ'Í INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY A description of the work of the Bahá'í International Community at the United Nations. It links on to the BIC's extensive archive of statements on many matters of public interest and concern, available in a number of languages.

THE BAHÁ'Í FUTURE SITE - devoted to making sense of the new century and its effect on people everywhere.

FIRST EUROPEAN BAHÁ'Í HOUSE OF WORSHIP Information on the Mother Temple of Europe, near Frankfurt, Germany, including directions and accommodation information.

BAHÁ'Í WORLD STATISTICS Showing the distribution of the Bahá'í Faith - 1999 figures for administrative bodies, communities, etc. on a continental basis.

AGENDA 21 The Agenda 21 - Sustainable Development project of the Bahá'ís of the U. K. Contains information and resources, with access to a lot more.

INDIA IN LONDON A series of pictures of an advertising hoarding on London featuring the Bahá'í House of Worship, New Delhi, India, as "the 20th Century Taj Mahal".

MULTI-FAITH CENTRE project and Multi-Faith Website of the University of Derby - we support them.