| Parliament of the World's Religions
The signatories listed below endorse the Global Ethic as individuals, not on behalf of their organizations.  Their job titles and organization's names are included for identification purposes only.


Signature Job Title Organization Name City Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments Pre-5th Directive
Mohammad Hoda Energy efficiency California Interfaith Power and Light Corona United States Islam
Jelson Oliveira Professor of Philosophy Pontificia Universidade Catolica Do Parana PUC Curitiba Brazil Christianity Congratulations.
Kathryn A Ress Vice President Akron Area Interfaith Council Cuyahoga falls United States
Alexis Yancey, RScP Religious Science Practitioner Centers for Spiritual Living Dallas United States New Thought We can do this!
bob flynn it wchc darien United States
Grace Burford Associate Chaplain for Buddhist Programs, Director of the Davidson Meditation Initiative, Coordinator of Interfaith Programming Davidson College Davidson United States Buddhism
Sophia Mijat Student Divine Child High School Dearborn United States
Serge Danielson-Francois Librarian Divine Child High School Dearborn Heights United States Christianity
Vandana Shiva Founder Navdanya Dehradun India
I fully endorse the fifth directive. I try to practice all the five directives in my life with utmost integrity.
Kersi B. Shroff Member Zoroastrian Association of Metropolitan Washington Derwood, MD United States Zoroastrianism
Hsiao-Lan Hu Associate Professor University of Detroit Mercy Detroit United States Buddhism
Austin Avison Student of Knowledge The university Detroit United States Not Listed (Write-in) Roman Catholic Church To a future of peace in love of people in goodwill towards all people.
Austin Avison Student of Religion Detroit United States Christianity For a more perfect world to all of existence.
Hari Chandra Kamali Associate Professor Kailali Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University Dhangadhi Nepal Hinduism
On exploration of intelligence I came to a conclusion that only Spiritual Intelligence can ensure sustainable peace in the world !
Harald Evers Lawyer European-Humanistic Educational Foundation Dresden Germany
Bruce Johnson Minister Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth Duluth United States Unitarian Universalist
Rev. Dr. Diane J. Johnson CEO and Founder Mmapeu Management Consulting El Cerrito United States Christianity
Grandmother Flordemayo The Path Inc Estancia United States Blessings of Love and Light
Linda Gershuny Linda Gershuny Etobicoke Canada Bahá'í Godspeed
Linda Gershuny Linda Gershuny Etobicoke Canada Bahá'í Godspeed
Rev. Linda Finley Spiritual Director Center for Spiritual Living Eugene United States
Michael Terrien, Obl. OSB Climate Action Task Force Parliament of the World's Religions Evanston United States Christianity
Hille Haker Richard McCormic Endowed Chair of Catholic Moral Theology Loyola University Chicago Evanston United States Christianity I fully endorse the Fifth Directive and with it, the Expanded Global Ethic.
Tajali theresatolan Psychotherapist. Peace and Mindfulness educator Evansville United States Not Listed (Write-in)
Chihfen Lee Occupational therapist NYC DOE Fair Lawn United States Buddhism
Betty Whitted Holley Director of the Master of Divinity Program Payne Seminary Fairborn United States Christianity
I am so very thankful that the 5th directive was added to include ecological sustainability. Earth's survival depends on intentional work that surrounds the 5th directive.
Ardeshir Irani FEZANA Farmington Hills United States Zoroastrianism
I am proud to support the expanded Global Ethic as an investment for our future generations.
Christy Kyle Pollock l Instructional Designer Fayetteville, Arkansas United States
David C. Oughton, Ph.D. Associate Professor of the World's Religions Saint Louis University Fenton United States Christianity
I fully endorse the expanded Declaration for a Global Ethic as part of the necessary foundation for creating a world constitution and a democratic world federation that would outlaw war, genocide, and terrorism, prosecute individuals who violate world laws, and be better able to solve our major global problems such as climate change and the destruction of our natural resources.
Margaret Small Fort Collins United States
Sylvie Sun Board member Buddhist Global Relief Fort Lee United States Buddhism
Michael Spath Executive Director Indiana Center for Middle East Peace Fort Wayne United States
Hans-Josef Weiß Frankenthal Germany
Lang Brownlee Instructir, Philosophy & Religion University of Indianapolis Franklin United States
Jean Brownlee RN Franklin United States
Robin Kimberly Runora Mavis Fridley United States
Muhammed Haron Professor University of Botswana Gaborone Botswana Islam
this is a significant document should not be ignored but be readily endorsed by all; it charts out pathways into the future.
Richa Agarwala GAITHERSBURG United States Hinduism
Lynne Taylor artist Laurelwood Art Gaston United States New Thought