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|1924 (in the year)
||Miss Nora Lee, who became a Bahá'í in New Zealand, is the first Bahá'í to travel to Fiji, working as a nanny in Labasa from 1924 to about 1930.
Gretta Lamprill becomes the first Bahá'í in Tasmania in the latter part of the year. [SBR162]
Amelia Collins visits Iceland for two days, meeting H
|Fiji; Tasmania; Iceland
||Nora Lee; Gretta Lamprill; Amelia Collins
||Canadian Bahá’ís hold a Victory Conference in Iceland to prepare the community to achieve assembly status in 1972. [BW15:335]
||Thirty people enrol in Iceland as a result of the Victory Conference held in December, doubling the number of Icelandic believers. [BW15:335]
|1971 3 – 5 Sep
||The Oceanic Conference of the North Atlantic is held in Reykjavik, Iceland attended by some 800 people from 36 countries. [BW15:322–3; VV6]
- For pictures see BW15:309–12.
||Oceanic Conference; Conference
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Iceland is formed with its seat in Reykjavik. [BW15:225, 281]
- For picture see BW15:153.
|1975 9 – 12 Jul
||The first International Bahá’í Youth Conference of Iceland takes place in Njardvik with youth from nine countries. [BW16:301]
||Njardvik; Iceland; Europe
||Conferences, Bahai; Conferences, Youth; Youth; First conferences
from the main catalogue
- References to the Bahá'í Faith in the U.S. State Department's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, by United States Department of State (1991). Excerpts from the State Department's annual compilation of Country Reports on Human Rights Practices on discrimination against the Baha'i Faith and persecution of its adherents in twenty countries. [about]