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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 City Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments Pre-5th Directive
SJ Obrigewitsch Congregation of Our Lady of Sion Saskatoon Canada Christianity
Jeffrey M Genung President Contemplative Life Austin United States Christianity A constitution for humanity
Dr. Daniel A. Gomez-Ibanez Former Executive Director Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions Madison United States
Kuzipa Nalwamba Project Consultant (Strategic Planning) Council for World Mission Pretoria South Africa Christianity
Shantha Ready Alonso Executive Director Creation Justice Ministries Silver Spring United States Christianity
Lanette S. Howard Minister CSL Grass Valley United States New Thought
Rev. Dr Peggy Price Minister Emeritus CSL Kauai Kalaheo United States New Thought
Veena Howard Associate Professor CSU, Fresno Coarsegold United States Hinduism
Beverly Decker Art professor CSUCI summerland United States Not Listed (Write-in) Inayati order
Imam Irshad Osman (Naleemi) Khateeb Danforth Islamic Centre Toronto Canada Islam
Susannah Heschel Professor Dartmouth College Newton United States Judaism
Rita E Marsh Davi Nikent Center for Human Flourishing Carbondale United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interspirituality
Thank you for adding the 5th directive. I will share this dicument with our constituency.
Grace Burford Associate Chaplain for Buddhist Programs, Director of the Davidson Meditation Initiative, Coordinator of Interfaith Programming Davidson College Davidson United States Buddhism
Eleanor Pontoriero Lecturer Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, Canada Toronto Canada Buddhism

Scott R. Paeth Professor of Religious Studies DePaul University Chicago United States Christianity
ramasubramanian DIRECTOR DHARMA INSTITUTE CHENNAI India Hinduism
I would like to endorse with a caveat that there is an urgent need to make the global ethical statement into a living, engaging, dynamic dialogue process and not merely a document for celebration. This document needs to engage with the World Trade Organization, the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other such institutions of global nature all of which need to have a more rigorous ethical partner.

I am available in the Parliament in booth no. 510 for furthering this discussion.
Leonard Swidler Professor Dialogue Institute at Temple University Philadelphia United States Christianity
Christine Muise Priest Diocese of BC Parksville Canada Christianity
Serge Danielson-Francois Librarian Divine Child High School Dearborn Heights United States Christianity
Sophia Mijat Student Divine Child High School Dearborn United States
Margaret M Diener, OP CPWR Board Member Emeritus Dominican Sisters of San Rafael San Rafael United States Christianity
I celebrate the appropriate and essential expansion of the Global Ethic document.
John Moreschi Jr. Author Dream Mechanics Bronx United States New Thought
Anne Walter Director Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion Louisville United States Buddhism
May this expanded Global Ethic continue the work begun at its initial writing in 1993, and be a greater beacon for a more just world.
Catherine Keller Professor of ConstructiveTheology Drew U. New York United States Christianity
S. Wesley Ariarajah Professor Emeritus Drew University School of Theology Geneva Switzerland Christianity I welcome this important addition to our common commitment.
Reverend Tom Capo minister DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church Naperville United States Unitarian Universalist
There is a need for all faith communities to intentionally and routinely address sustainability and climate change. Our planet is in a fragile state and the temperature of the planet has increased due the multiple ways that humans have used/abused the planet resources. This new fifth directive is about reverence for life and continuation of the human species.
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.
Deirdre Pulgram-Arthen Executive Director EarthSpirit Worthington United States Paganism
We are the Earth. The Fifth Directive adds a much needed element and I am pleased to endorse this expanded version of the Global Ethic.
Philip Clayton President EcoCiv.org Claremont United States Not Listed (Write-in) Quaker
Marie-Françoise Lecuivre Enseignante Ecole Communale d'Hélécine Hélécine Belgium Christianity
Jan Elfers President Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon Portland United States I am happy to endorse this.
Guy Wesley Blood Engineer Edmonton Interfaith Parkland County Canada Bahá'í
Léon Lepamabila Secrétaire Exécutif Principal Église du Christ au Congo Kinshasa Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Christianity
Je souhaiterai aussi qu'une attention particulière soit mise en faveur des peuples autochtones marginaliser par leur droit.
Rév. Matthieu Yela Bonketo Secrétaire Exécutif Adjoint de la Fédération Protestante Forêt et climat Église du Christ au Congo Kinshasa Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Christianity Je salue la venue de ce principe pour la durabilité de la planète
James R Van Camp Consultant Emergent Water Solutions Glen Ellyn United States Christianity It has been an honor serving on the Climate Action Task Force for the Parliament
IAN MEVORACH Professor, Spiritual Leader Emmanuel College, Common Street Spiritual Center NATICK United States Christianity
Kathrine Wood Retired priest Episcopal Palm Desert United States Christianity
Harald Evers Lawyer European-Humanistic Educational Foundation Dresden Germany
Klaus-Georg Poehls Pastor Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Blankenese Hamburg Germany Christianity
Rev. Brian J. Sauder Executive Director Faith in Place Chicago United States Christianity