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.
 

Endorsements

Signature Job Title Organization Name Citysort descending Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments Pre-5th Directive
Jan Herman Naude Mystic Otterlo Netherlands Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual
Would be nice if we could have ethical classes as part of the school curriculum.
Marcus Braybrooke Joint President World Congress of Faiths Oxford United Kingdom Christianity
Reaffirming the Global Ethic is of great importance in our troubled world. I am glad due attention to the environment and the rights of animals is now included
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware Bishop of Diokleai Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain Oxford United Kingdom Christianity
The text of the fifth directive has my full approval: I am willing to endorse it.
Wande Abimbola Founder Ifa Heritage Institute Oyo Nigeria Not Listed (Write-in) Yoruba
Sara Tucker Pacific Palisades United States
Balwant S Hansra Retired Professor City Colleges of Chicago Palatine United States Sikhism I fully endorse the inclusion of the new clause.
Balwant S. Hansra Retired Professor City Colleges of Chicago Palatine United States Sikhism I fully endorse inclusion.
Kathrine Wood Priest Palm desert United States
Kathrine Wood Retired priest Episcopal Palm Desert United States Christianity
Rev. Dr. Vilius Rudra Dundzila, OCC interim minister Wellington Ave UCqr Palos park United States Christianity
Myriam Renaud Principal Investigator and Project Director: Global Ethic Project Parliament of the World's Religions Paris France Unitarian Universalist
Guy Wesley Blood Engineer Edmonton Interfaith Parkland County Canada Bahá'í
Christine Muise Priest Diocese of BC Parksville Canada Christianity
Diane F Brown Universalist Unitarian Church of Peoria Peoria United States Not Listed (Write-in) Unitarian Universalist Association
Let us dedicate ourselves to a world that supports all humans of all genders, that All have the necessities of life: clean water and air, food, shelter and health care. May religion be a bridge to peace and justice!
Timothy P Philabaum Pastor Zoar Lutheran Church Perrysburg United States Christianity
Leonard Swidler Professor Dialogue Institute at Temple University Philadelphia United States Christianity
Suhag A. Shukla, Esq. Executive Director and Co-Founder Hindu American Foundation Philadelphia United States Hinduism
Kava Schafer Palliative care chaplain at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States Not Listed (Write-in) Inayati Sufi
Nissa Blocher Philadelphia United States
Piseth Keo Lecturer Pannasastra University of Cambodia Phnom Penh Cambodia Buddhism
Elizabeth Ursic Phoenix United States Christianity
Bishop Mark Elliott Newman, OC Presiding Bishop Catholic Apostolic Church of Antioch Phoenix United States Christianity
Rev. Rock R. Fremont Jr. Pastor Shepherd of the Hills United Church of Christ Phoenix United States Christianity
Thomas P Bonacci Executive Director The Interfaith Peace Project Pittsburg United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith/Interspiritual
Daniel P. Scheid Associate Professor Duquesne University Pittsburgh United States Christianity I am honored to add my name to this crucial expansion of the global ethic.
Sr. Barbara Finch Pittsburgh United States Christianity
Dr. Abis Rohmanu Lecture Ponorogo State Islamic Institute Ponorogo Indonesia Islam
Many pieces of the world is still experiencing a fundamental crisis: A crisis in global economy, global ecology, and global politics. Global ethic as moral common can support a new global order.
Dr. Abid Rohmanu Lecture Ponorogo State Islamic Institute Ponorogo Indonesia Islam
Many pieces of the world is still experiencing a fundamental crisis: A crisis in global economy, global ecology, and global politics. Global ethic as moral common can support a new global order.
Dr. Abid Rohmanu Lecture Ponorogo State Islamic Institute Ponorogo Indonesia Islam
Many pieces of the world is still experiencing a fundamental crisis: A crisis in global economy, global ecology, and global politics. Global ethic as moral common can support a new global order.
Hugh Locke President Smallholder Farmers Alliance Port-au-Prince Haiti
Helen R. Spector Board Member Emeritus Spector & Associates LLC PORTLAND United States Judaism
I applaud the efforts of the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions to maintain towards a Global Ethic as a living document, and keep it strong in supporting our grassroots, interfaith ethical fabric over the years.
Donald B. Benson Consultant/Professor Spector & Associates Portland United States
Jan Elfers President Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon Portland United States I am happy to endorse this.
SimonMary Aihiokhai Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology University of Portland Portland United States Christianity
Stephanie Kaza professor emerita University of Vermont Portland United States Buddhism
Inger w easton Physical therapy Portland United States New Thought
manohar s grewal Chair Communications Committee Parliament of World Relogions Post Mills United States Sikhism I fully endorse the Global ethics.
AZIZ NATHOO PRESIDENT UMMA CHARITIES POTTSTOWN United States Islam
We, at UMMA charities, wholly support the vision and work of the Parliament of World religions. Our organization UMMA Charities
stands for UNITY among faith traditions, MERCY to all of God's creation, MOBILIZATION of our collective resources and ALLIANCE building among those of us who are committed to the unification of God-Loving and God-Fearing members of the human family.
Kuzipa Nalwamba Project Consultant (Strategic Planning) Council for World Mission Pretoria South Africa Christianity
Prof Danie Veldsman HOD, Dept of Dogmatics University of Pretoria Pretoria South Africa Christianity

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