Two of the 600 participants at the Baha’i conference in Antofagasta, Chile, on 29-30 November are shown at a plenary session.
In Manila, some 700 Baha’is from the Philippines were joined for a Baha’i conference by 300 people from at least seven other countries or territories.
This group from Chad traveled to Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, for the Baha’i conference there.
In northern Chile, people gathered from the rest of that country as well as from Argentina, Bolivia, and southern Peru.
A representative of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Cameroon welcomes participants to the conference in her country.
Indigenous musicians perform at the conference in Antofagasta, Chile.
The three conferences on 29-30 November were part of a series of 41 major Baha’i gatherings being held around the world over a four-month period. This photo is of participants at the Yaounde conference in Cameroon.
The event in Manila was one of 10 Baha’i gatherings scheduled for Asia in the series of 41 conferences.