Search for tag "Mongolia"
|1988 28 Dec
||Sean Hinton, a British Bahá’í youth of 22 years, arrives in Ulaan Baator, Mongolia, as an official research scholar in ethnomusicology from the University of Cambridge, the first Bahá’í to reside in Mongolia. [VV101]
- Seven months later he is named a Knight of Bahá’u’lláh by the Universal House of Justice.
- See VV101 for a picture.
|Ulaan Baator; Mongolia
||Sean Hinton, the first Bahá’í to reside in Mongolia, is named a Knight of Bahá’u’lláh by the Universal House of Justice.
||Sean Hinton; Knight of Baha’u’llah
||The Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace was held in Mongolia.
- A representative of the International Bahá'í Community was the only non-Buddhist speaker invited to address a public meeting held in conjunction with the conference. [AWH88] [VV101]
||Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace; International Baha'i Community
|1991 12 Nov
||The first Bahá'í meeting to be held in a public location in Mongolia takes place in the theatre of the former Lenin Museum.
||The first local spiritual assembly in Mongolia is formed in Ulaan Baatar. [BINS269:4]
- The local assembly was understood to have been formed in the spring of 1991 but this was found to have been a mistake.
|Ulaan Baatar; Mongolia
||The first winter school of Mongolia is held in Songino, near Ulaan Baatar. [BINS310:6]
||The National Spiritual Assembly of Mongolia is formed with its seat in Ulaan Baatar. [BINS317:1–2; BW93–4:82; BW94–5:25, 31–2]
||Ulaan Baatar; Mongolia
||The first National Youth School of Mongolia is held in Darkhan, attended by 34 youth. [BINS321:4]
|2009 24 – 25 Jan
||Regional Conferences held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Sydney, Australia and Madrid, Spain. [BWNS690]
||Ulaanbaatar; Mongolia; Sydney; Australia; Madrid; Spain
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]