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In her talk given at the 2016 ABS (Association for Baha’i Studies) Conference held in Montreal, Canada, Bani Dugal explored the Baha’i community’s participation in the discourses of society, the area of activity most closely connected with the establishment of the Lesser Peace.
Although she is the primary representative of the Baha’i International Community at the United Nations, Bani Dugal spoke from her own perspective and her thoughts were shared in an unofficial capacity. She explored her work at the UN, not only in terms of contributing to the content of discourses, but of helping to shape the way in which discourse occurs and by paying particular attention to the language and tone used.
You watch other talks given at the conference on ABS’ Vimeo channel.
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