| 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
Diana Eck Director The Pluralism Project, Harvard University Cambridge United States Christianity
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.
William Schweiker Edward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of Theological Ethics The University of Chicago Chicago United States Christianity I am delighted and honored to endorse the 5th directive of the Global Ethic.
Peter Wohl Senior priest Treetop Zen Center Oakland United States Buddhism
michelle reid Outreach TRILIG Norton United States Indigenous Tradition
Sally G. Bingham President emeritus TRP/Inerfaith Power and Light San Francisco United States Christianity
MR LEWIS LANCASTER Professor (Emeritus) U of California, Berkeley SEBASTOPOL United States
Susan Janan Hagstrom Director of Undergraduate Advising UC Berkeley Oakland United States
Vinay Lal Professor UCLA Los Angeles United States
Russell C Leong Editor UCLA Asian American Studies Los Angeles United States Buddhism
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.
Rev. Dr. Serene Jones President Union Theological Seminary New York United States
Bruce Johnson Minister Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth Duluth United States Unitarian Universalist
Kathryn Moase United Church of Canada Toronto Canada Christianity
Andrea Lois Harrison Chaplain United Church of Canada Williamstown Canada Christianity
An incredible privilege to be present at the reading of the 5th directive. Now the imperative is to walk the walk. Thanks be to God. Amen.
Rev. Dr. Jim Antal Special Advisor on Climate Justice to the General Minister and President United Church of Christ Norwich United States Christianity A welcomed addition
Joni Carley Consultant United Religions Initiative Media United States Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual but not religious
Dr E C John Prof Dr United Theological College Bangalore India Christianity A global Ethic remains a foundation for the destiny of Humanity
Margaret J Konkel Minister Unity Northville United States New Thought
Crystal Muldrow Sr. Minister Unity Church in Albany Albany United States New Thought
Deborah Hill-Davis Minister Unity Church of Ames Ames United States
Judith Hildebrand Minister Unity Churches - Unity of Mesa Gilbert United States New Thought
Leslie Gabriel Mezei Interfaith Minster Universal Worship Toronto Canada Not Listed (Write-in) Universal Worship
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!
Rafael Bustos García de Castro Senior Lecturer Universidad Complutense de Madrid Madrid Spain
An excellent idea to include this 5th Directive, it was already latent in the initial Declaration, I think, but not as explicitly asserted as now it is. Congratulations! Let's hold to it. I wish I am able to pass the lesson to my students in Spain.
Nazarina Jamil Lecturer Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan Malaysia Islam
Nazarina Jamil Lecturer Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan Malaysia Islam
Thiel Marie-Jo University professor University Strasbourg France Christianity
Samuel Awuah-Nyamekye Associate Professor University of Cape Coast Cape Coast Ghana
Nigel Dower Honorary Lecturer University of Aberdeen Aberdeen United Kingdom Not Listed (Write-in) Quaker Universalist
I welcome the fifth principle of sustainability. This brings this declaration more into line with the Earth Charter's comprehensive ethical vision - both statements being the product of extensive inter-cultural dialogue.
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.
Richard B. Miller Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professor of Religious Ethics University of Chicago Chicago United States I am pleased to endorse this important expansion of the Global Ethic.
Paul Copp Professor University of Chicago Chicago United States
Joshua M. Feigelson Dean of Students University of Chicago Divinity School Chicago United States Judaism
Terry Kleeman Professor of Religious Studies University of Colorado Boulder United States Taoism/Daoism
Hsiao-Lan Hu Associate Professor University of Detroit Mercy Detroit United States Buddhism
Ashlynn S. Stillwell Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign United States Christianity I'm happy to endorse the fifth directive.
Lang Brownlee Instructir, Philosophy & Religion University of Indianapolis Franklin United States
ZORRO SANCHEZ Associated Professor University of Los Andes Bogota Colombia Christianity
I appreciate that even non religlous people have the possibility to endorse the Global Ethic.
Peter G Kirchschlaeger Professor for Theological Ethics University of Lucerne Lucerne Switzerland Christianity