Established by Shoghi Effendi in 1925, The Bahá’í World is the principal public record of the Baha’i community’s growth and development. Special features in this 2005-2006 edition include: A compilation of Baha’i Sacred Writings on the theme of Identity. Highlights of messages from the Universal House of Justice. An expanded Year in Review section, reporting major developments in: – the education of children, junior youth and youth – the advancement of women – the Bahá’í involvement in the life of society – race unity – interfaith work – the arts – media and public information Major essays correlating Baha’i approaches to current issues including Democracy and Climate Change. An illustrated history of social and economic development projects in Cambodia. A report on the centenary of the founding of the Baha’i community in Germany. An update on the situation of the Baha’is in Iran and Egypt. A review of the work of the Baha’i International Community and its most recent statements. Updated Information and Resources section including Web site directory and New Publications. Ideal for presentation to newly declared Baha’is, libraries, researchers and dignitaries.