Philosopher, Mystic, Social Reformer, Promulgator of Peace: ‘Abdu’l-Bahá (1844–1921) in Biography and Three Short Stories
“About the greatness of this man and his power no one who met him could entertain a doubt”, Professor E.G. Browne, Cambridge, 1890.
The speaker, Sean Hinton studied ethnomusicology at Cambridge University, served as Mongolia’s first honorary Consul-General in Australia, and is CEO of the Soros Economic Development Fund. He is joined by story tellers Tebogo Khutsoane, Sarah Percival and Ismael Velasco.
Online event, 8 – 9pm, Sunday 3rd April 2022
Registration link: https://www.festival.cam.ac.uk/events/philosopher-mystic-social-reformer-promulgator-peace-abdul-baha-1844-1921-biography-and-three
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Climate Change, Global Pollution, Biodiversity: Can we Turn the Corner?
To overcome our environmental crises, we need to rethink our human purpose, our economy and our systems of governance, with young people in the lead.
Dr Arthur Dahl studied at Stanford University and worked as a senior official of UNEP. He was involved in drafting Agenda21 for the Rio Earth Summit and coordinated UN Earthwatch. He is president of the Baha’i-inspired International Environment Forum.
Online event, 8 – 9pm, Thursday, 7th April 2022
Registration link: https://www.festival.cam.ac.uk/events/climate-change-global-pollution-biodiversity-can-we-turn-corner
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