The Bahá’í International Community

The Baháʼí International Community, or the BIC, is an international non-governmental organization representing the members of the Baháʼí Faith; it was first chartered in March 1948 with the United Nations, and currently has affiliates in over 180 countries and territories. The BIC maintains United Nations offices in New York and Geneva, as well as regional offices in Addis Ababa, Brussels, and Jakarta. For more information see