2001

UN World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance

The Baha’i International Community sent an international delegation to this UN conference in Durban, South Africa, from  August 31 2001 to  September 7 2001.  The BIC also issued this statement to the Conference, which included delegates from 160 governments.

Durbin Delegation

Photo Courtesy of the Bahá'í International Community

The Bahá’í International Community’s delegation to the World Conference against Racism  represented Bahá’í communities from around the world. Shown left to right are Robert Henderson of the United States; Sheryl Davis of New Zealand; Diane Ala’i representative of the Bahá’í International Community to the United Nations in Geneva; Antonio Borja of Spain; Gabriel Marquès of Brazil; and Rachel Ndegwa of Kenya.

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