A public exhibit at the Hatachana compound was designed to increase awareness of the persecution that Jehovah’s Witnesses experienced under the Nazi regime.
The awards recognize the Witnesses for the extensive improvements they made to the venue and for creating an exhibition of Bolivian indigenous cultures.
Shortly following the terrorist attack in Turku, Finland, city officials welcomed Jehovah’s Witnesses back to resume their public ministry in the town square.
Officials from Europe’s largest migrant camp recognize the role of Jehovah’s Witnesses in helping refugees benefit from Bible education.
Jehovah’s Witnesses have sold another of their key legacy holdings in Brooklyn, New York.
Beat a Bully Without Using Your Fists is a whiteboard animated short film produced by Jehovah’s Witnesses, offering practical advice for young people dealing with bullying.
The Witnesses’ new national headquarters in Britain received high praise for sustainable design and environmental protection during construction.
Jehovah’s Witnesses are among the hundreds of thousands from the Central African Republic who have fled to neighboring countries to escape violent ethnic and religious conflicts.
A plaque in the town of Techelsberg was dedicated in memory of Jehovah’s Witnesses who suffered at the hands of the Nazis during World War II.
For the first time since 2001, the Ukraine branch office of Jehovah’s Witnesses opened its doors to the public for a special open house on May 2, 2017.