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More Frequently Asked Questions

The back issue I want isn't there?

We have access to some but not all back issues, however not all are available on this website. If you are looking for a particular issue and can't find it please email us and we will do our best to help you:

What are the magazine's terms of use?

Dayspring magazine is for personal and educational use only. You are not authorised to copy, reproduce or repurpose the magazine or any of it's content in any context or format, for any other reason than stated.

Copyright of content falls to the person or persons who contributed that content. To use their content in any other context than stated, you must contact them directly.

Who creates Dayspring?

Dayspring is created by a small team of dedicated volunteers and contributors who give their time, talents and a lot of effort to make Dayspring a reality.

Can I submit my own or my child's work for use in the magazine?

Material by children and adults including stories, poems, artwork and news are warmly welcomed. Submissions will be used in the magazine which is distributed through print and digitally online.

Please note that under the terms of the Child Protection Act regarding publishing images of children, permission to do so is required from a parent or guardian.

At present we can only accept contributions vis email:

The magazine editors reserve the right to include or not include submissions for any reason.

Are your publications Bahá'í reviewed?

Yes, each magazine is reviewed by an authorised reviewer before release.

What is the history of Dayspring?

At present Dayspring Magazine is created and run by a small team of volunteers and a slightly larger group of contributors. But before that Jackie Mehrabi and Maggie Manvell (both based in Scotland) had been editors for the magazine for +20 years. During that time they worked tirelessly, at one point they were sending out x6 copies a year. Their work has inspired several generations of young minds.

What is the Bahá'í Faith?

The UK Baha'i community is exploring Bahá'u'lláh’s spiritual teachings with people of all backgrounds and is learning how this vision of the oneness of mankind, best expressed by the principle of unity in diversity, can be translated into action for the betterment of the world.


Learn more about the Bahá'í Faith here:

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