Campinas CC

Unity in diversity
Photo of Campinas CC.
"Our purpose is to promote unity between religions and peace."
Traditions
Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Indigenous, Islam, Judaism, Spirituality
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist, Brahma Kumaris, Candomble, Catholic, Lutheran
Number of Members
20
Location
Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Joined URI Network

Members of Campinas Cooperation Circle (CC) are always offering to organize activities consistent with their purpose. This is why they participate in meetings and events in Campinas to offer interfaith dialogue projects. They continue to participate in the Human Right Committee in Campinas to contribute to human rights and religious tolerance issues. They also participate in the weapon disarmament network in Brazil. This year, they started a microcredit program for a small community in Campinas, associated with Sonha Bar. They have designed the creation of the Center for Best Practices. This project has been recognized by the Bowes Award.

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URI Stories

Farewell, Welcome and Gratitude for 2020-2024 Global Trustees

On Thursday, September 10, 2020, the Regional Coordination of Latin America & the Caribbean invited all the Cooperation Circles of the region to a meeting via zoom to bid farewell to the 2016-2020 management of the Global Trustees: Sofía Painiqueo, member of the Aflaiai CC of Chile, Salette Aquino member of the CC Brasilia of Brazil and David Limo member of the CC URI Lima of Peru, whose these four years represented all CCs before the Global Council of URI and in turn welcomed the new elected Trustees for the 2020 period -2024: Salette Aquino, CC Brasilia Francisco Morales, CC Comunidad Cósmica and Rosadelia Quizhpe, CC Samay who assume the post to represent the CCs.

Ridván Festival – Bahá’ís Faith

The Bahá'ís celebrate the Ridván festival (Paradise Festival), this year 2020, starting from 6 pm of the April 19Th until May 1St .

In April 1863, at a garden in Bagdad, Bahá'u'lláh declare himself as the promised protester of all times.

Bahá'u'lláh, declare about his declaration as “ a Day of extremely happiness” and describe the Ridván garden as “  The place where Him (God) sprinkled over all the creation the splendors of His Name, the All – Merciful”.