Young people: What is our identity? How can we discover our true potential, inner capacities, and unique talents and use them to create the kind of world we really want?
Talk and lively discussion with members of the Bahá’í Society, alongside Ismael Velasco.
3pm – 4pm, Saturday 1 November
Little Hall Lecture Theatre, Sidgwick Site
Organised by the Cambridge University Bahá’í Society as part of the Multifaith Series. Free and open to all. Tickets can be booked here.
Invitation to the youth of Cambridge! Across the world this summer 114 conferences are taking place for about 10,000 youth between the ages of 15 and 30, who are contributing their talents and energies to transforming society by taking action that serves the needs of their local communities. These conferences are also for those who want to contribute, but have not yet found a path of service, encouragement, or support to raise up a culture of transformation in their community.
The conferences and the period of engagement and action before and after them promise to be life-changing experiences, where deep bonds of friendship and collaboration are formed, born out of shared experiences and glimpses of what the future could hold if large groups of youth work together locally for a better society.
If you like the idea of a society with a better attitude towards the environment, gender and race equality, justice in economic affairs, the conditions for children, or anything else you think our society could do better on, please follow the link below for more information:
Please note that the deadline for registration is on 20 August, so please register as soon as possible, or contact the youth conference committee if you are interested in learning more.