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Mission Statement: The Cambridge University Bahá’í Society (CUBS) is a welcoming space for undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff of all faiths and backgrounds. It aims to provide a forum for members of the University to explore the Writings of the Bahá’í Faith and reflect upon their relevance to contemporary issues. The Bahá’í Society also provides opportunities for community service and involvement in interfaith activities with other University societies. The founding principles of the Bahá’í Faith include the oneness of humankind, oneness of religion, equality between men and women, universal education, and eradication of extremes of wealth and poverty.Aims and Objectives:
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Other listsCSML list Faculty of Education Research Students' Association (FERSA) Lunchtime Seminars 2014-2015 Solid state quantum condensate meetings
Other talksResponsibility and Inequality in a Risky World Clas Fredrik Hornstedt, the 'last Linnaean' in the East Indies, 1783–4 Emission line mapping of galaxies at high resolution: optical radioastronomy Engineered growth factor microenvironments for regenerative medicine Healthy mind, healthy life - Spirituality in Daily Life series Higher Education Reform & Development: The case of Kazakhstan