The Bahá’í Writings . . . answer the question of minorities with a call to "unity in diversity," in Mr. Eide's words "pluralism in togetherness" . . . To preserve and honor diversity without making differences a cause for conflict requires a new way of thinking, based on respect for the rights of every individual. This new way of thinking, characterized some years ago as a "culture of human rights," must be developed and supported by human rights education.