The Bahá'í All-Party Parliamentary Group exists 'to take appropriate action through the good offices of Parliament in defence of Bahá'ís who are persecuted on grounds of their faith; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas central to Bahá'í principles that are of relevance to members of the legislature (eg human rights, social cohesion )'
- Chair: Lembit Opik MP (LD)
- Vicechair: Lord Avebury (LD)
- Vicechair: Peter Bottomley MP (Con)
- Vicechair: Ian Stewart MP (Lab)
- Secretary: David Lepper MP (Lab)
- Treasurer: Peter Luff MP (Con)
- Contact: Mr Daniel Wheatley , Baha'i Community of the United Kingdom, 27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD. Tel: 020 7590 8786
Bahá'í Community of the United Kingdom provides clerical services and also meets catering costs of group's AGM.
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Since Bahá'ís are not permitted to join political parties, nor to accept nomination for elections, Bahá'ís cannot be MPs, and therefore do not sit in this group's membership.
- "Register of All-Party Groups", United Kingdom Parliament. (List dated 16 September 2004.)