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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
La Ly Hudge School Nurse Public Schools Santa Rosa United States New Thought I support Global Ethics from myself, and all human beings.
Dobromił Kozłowski Reformowany Kościół Katolicki w Polsce Poznan Poland Christianity
Akufuna Sitali Ngonda Church Board Member Rockville Church of the Nazarene WHEATON United States Christianity
David Loy Vice-President Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center Niwot United States Buddhism
Russ Hullet Director Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center Boulder United States Buddhism
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.
Tobias Winright Associate Professor of Theological Ethics and Health Care Ethics Saint Louis University St. Louis United States Christianity For peace on Earth and peace with Earth....
Matthew R. Hill Student Saint Louis University Houston United States Christianity
Anantanand Rambachan Professor of Religion Saint Olaf College Apple Valley United States Hinduism A much needed addition to the Global Ethic
Janet M Giddings Lecturer Santa Clara University Santa Clara United States Christianity
Sarah E. Robinson-Bertoni Lecturer Santa Clara University Santa Clara United States
How timely to extend ethics of reciprocity, humane treatment, peace, and justice to include the whole of the living world, as human-nature interdependence and ecological responsibility become starkly clear with climate challenges. May earth life prevail, gentle rains return to drought-dry and desert lands, and balance be restored.
Teresia Mbari Hinga Associate Professor Santa Clara University ,Religious Studies Dept Santa Clara United States Not Listed (Write-in) African/Christian
May the fifth directive become ,yet another wake up call for all to become better stewards of each other and for planet earth, our common home
Swami Agnivesh Founder Chairperson SARVA DHARMA SANSAD ( PARLIAMENT OF ALL RELIGIONS- INDIA) DELHI India Humanism
I fully endorse the fifth directive. I try to practice all the five directives in my life with utmost integrity.
MEGAN N WINECOFF Director of Programming Shambhala Mountain Center Longmont United States Buddhism
Rev. Rock R. Fremont Jr. Pastor Shepherd of the Hills United Church of Christ Phoenix United States Christianity
Rev. Joy-Ellen Lipsky, CCP, PMP, CCM Board Chair Silicon Valley Interreligious Council San Jose United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Geoffrey Mitelman Founding Director Sinai and Synapses New York United States Judaism Proud to endorse this!
Teresa Kotturan Main NGO Representative Sisters of Charity Federation New York United States Christianity
Sr. Petite Lao, RNDM Religious Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions Toronto Canada Christianity I fully endorse the 5th Directive and I am delighted it was added.
Amber D Sidwell Educator SLCC Taylorsville United States
Hugh Locke President Smallholder Farmers Alliance Port-au-Prince Haiti
joseph prabhu Professor (Emeritus) Southern California Parliament of Relgions (SCCPWR) Altadena United States Christianity I am happy to endorse the expanded Global Ethic
Jane Jishin Faysash Sensei Southern Palm Zen Group Boca Raton United States Buddhism
Florida faces more coastal flooding as a result of rising sea levels and the possibility of more powerful hurricanes as a result of climate change. It is our duty to care for the earth in a sustainable way that benefits all sentient beings.
Donald B. Benson Consultant/Professor Spector & Associates Portland United States
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.
Eimear Maire O'Neill Creative Director Spirit Matters Community Toronto Canada Indigenous Tradition
Reverend Lynnea Jardine Spiritual Director Spiritual Care Institute Seattle United States New Thought
Pathiranage Don Padmasiri Administrative Officer Sri Lanka Council of Religions for Peace Bandaragama Sri Lanka Buddhism
At a time that major human problems are on the rise due to social, political, economic and climatic change that bring about a sense of uncertainty on the existence of human race, the time has come to get together and reach at a long term solution through a concrete mechanism on the collective rationale and consensus. I think that this endorsement of Global Ethic will go a long way to fulfill this objective.
Nancy A. Polacek Retired St. John of the Cross Western Springs United States Not Listed (Write-in) Roman Catholic
Joseph Grant Minister of Peace and Justice St. William Church Louisville United States Christianity With gratitude and hope .
Charles A McDonald Intelligence Analyst Study of Spiritual Warfare Jacksonville United States Christianity
The term Christianity is too broad, just as the Title "European" would include all the nations that have had been in conflict with each other such as Spain and England; Germany and France, Christianity includes Catholics that executed other Christians. The very title "Protestantism" reveals the divide within Christianity. There are too many denominations but there are six major groups: Roman Catholic; Orthodox; Reformed; Protestant; Evangelical; and Independent. Each alone have over 100 million members, which deserve separate status, Just as religions based on Hinduism: Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism are listed separately. You don't need to define it just allow signers the choice. Given the choice I would select "Evangelical".
Joyce S. Shin Pastor Swarthmore Presbyterian Church Swarthmore United States Christianity I fully endorse this fifth directive to the Global Ethic.
Ruth Sandy Chaplain Swinburne University Melbourne Australia Christianity
Newton Daddow Chaplain Swinburne University Chaplaincy SEAHOLME Australia Christianity
Rev Lauren J Van Ham Dean The Chaplaincy Institute Berkeley United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Susan K Harrison Spiritual Care Coordinator The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County Windsor Canada Christianity
John H. Armstrong Founder The Initiative Carol Stream United States Christianity Thanks for this wonderfully important statement.
Thomas P Bonacci Executive Director The Interfaith Peace Project Pittsburg United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith/Interspiritual
Wendy Wood PhD Co-Founder The Karuna Center for Mindful Engagement Mendocino United States
Grandmother Flordemayo The Path Inc Estancia United States Blessings of Love and Light