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Social Action, Public Discourse, and Non-involvement in Political Affairs

Author Universal House of Justice (actual author might be, or include, the Research Department or another agency of the House)
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Social Action, Public Discourse, and Non-involvement in Political Affairs
Date of this edition 2017-04-27
Permission Open copyright (see Baha'i Reference Library sharing terms, BIC copyright statement, and uhj_permission_electronic_texts)
Posted 2019-01-17 by Brett Zamir
Classified in Letters from the Universal House of Justice
Abstract Alternative courses of action to civil disobedience, circumscribed roles for protest, and the freedom that Bahá’ís have to engage in social action and public discourse, particularly in relation to the principle of non-involvement in political affairs.
Notes Mirrored from, where it is also available in PDF and Word formats.

Also published in Lights of Irfan Vol. 20.

Tags * Institute process; Activism; Consultation; Contradictions; Criticism and apologetics; Demonstrations; Human rights; Integration and disintegration; Justice (general); Obedience; Politics; Protest (general); Public discourse; Race (general); Social action; Unity
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