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Abstract:
BIC contributions to thinking about human rights and social development have centered on 6 themes: a global complex systems approach, oneness of humanity, role of religious belief, primacy of education, values-based approach, and effectiveness of the U.N.
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Rights to Human and Social Development:
A Survey of the Activities of the Bahá'í International Community

by Graham Hassall

published in Bahá'í-Inspired Perspectives on Human Rights, pages 102-122
Hong Kong: Juxta Publishing Co., 2001
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