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 Countrysort descending Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
al coats retired Mr. Calgary Canada Christianity
Joy Kennedy Canadian Interfaith Fast for the Climate Toronto Canada Many Faiths, One Planet. Let us Make Peace with Earth.
Leslie Gabriel Mezei Interfaith Minster Universal Worship Toronto Canada Not Listed (Write-in) Universal Worship
Guoxiang Peng Qiu Shi Distinguished Professor of Chinese Philosophy, Intellectual History, and Religions Zhejiang University Hangzhou China Confucianism
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.
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
Adoni Nyamuke Conseiller de campagnes forêts FPCF Kinshasa Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Christianity
Rév.Felix Manga Dabolo Président Communautaire Communauté Baptiste des Fidèles en Afrique Kisangani Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Christianity
ibrahim özdemir Visiting Professor of Islamic Studies Åbo Akademi University Turku Finland Islam
Today, we all live in the age of globalization, democracy, and information. However, the depressing fact is that, despite the advances in technology and mass communication of the second half of the 20th century, despite mass travel, the intermingling of races, the ever-growing reduction - or so we believe - of the mysteries of our world, misunderstandings, prejudices, and stereotypes among members of different faiths and cultures still endure.
This reveals both challenges and also opportunities for us. We can turn these challenges into new opportunities and hopes for humanity if we can deal with the new phenomenon of diversity and multiculturalism with a creative mind.
Therefore, I do hope that Towards a Global Ethic (An Initial Declaration) will a wake-up call for many and a foundational text for the work ahead of us.
Myriam Renaud Principal Investigator and Project Director: Global Ethic Project Parliament of the World's Religions Paris France Unitarian Universalist
Thiel Marie-Jo University professor University Strasbourg France Christianity
Dorianne Cotter-Lockard Lyon France New Thought
Prof. Dr. Hans Küng Founder and Honorary President Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
The fifth directive seems excellent both in contents and wording. I appreciate especially its focus on the raising of awareness and the change of personal attitudes.
Whitney A. Bauman Associate Professor of Religious Studies Florida International University Berlin Germany Atheism/Agnosticism
Dr. Stephan Schlensog Secretary General Global Ethic Foundation Tuebingen Germany Christianity The fifth directive is an impressive answer to key challenges of our time.
Klaus-Georg Poehls Pastor Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Blankenese Hamburg Germany Christianity
Dr. Thomas Riplinger Gomaringen-Stockach Germany Christianity
This fifth direction represents an important updating of the original declaration, concretizing its implications in the context of the manifold threats to world peace and well-being emergent in the current world-wide backlash against reform efforts.
Julia C. M. Willke Head of Educational Programmes Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
Lena Zoller manager Interreligious Affairs and Society Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
Renate Amin independent collaborator Global ethic foundation Tübingen Germany
Anna Tomfeah Communication Rep Global Ethic Institute Tuebingen Germany Christianity
Caroline Bader Director of Living the Change GreenFaith/Living the Change Mannheim Germany Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Johannes Rehm Prof Dr. Nürnberg Germany Christianity
Ute Wanner Office Manager Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
Harald Evers Lawyer European-Humanistic Educational Foundation Dresden Germany
Stefan Weidner Journalist Freelance Köln Germany
Wolfgang Wagner Rottenburg am Neckar Germany Christianity
Martin Wittau Vice President German Federal Association for Sustainability Berlin Germany
Peter Schier International Delegate and Speaker Global Ethic Foundation Berlin Germany Christianity
I whole-heartedly endorse the expanded Global Ethic Declaration. The "new" commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is a re-discovery of the thousand-year-old ethical standard of the popular indigenous belief systems all over the Earth that human beings are just a small part of nature and creation and that humans should respect and live in harmony with nature and all other creation. The culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is not only a common ethical norm in religion but also reflected in philosophy, for example the "ecological imperative" of Hans Jonas.
Gernot Häublein author & editor Altfraunhofen Germany Christianity
Dr. Christopher Gohl Research Assistant Global Ethic Institute Tübingen Germany Judaism
I am happily dedicated to the Global Ethic Project of building shared ground for a better world. I believe the Global Ethic Declaration testifies to the unifying aspiration of the diverse human family to cooperatively exercise and cultivate voluntary responsibility aimed at the dignity of all fellow human beings. As a list of values, the Global Ethic commitments are a list of desirable orientations that is attractive to anyone identifying as a human being among other fellow human beings and (a) looking for proven ways to get along well with them, especially in diverse or intercultural settings, and / or (b) looking for cosmopolitan purpose and guidance in building a better world with others. – As an ethic in the traditional sense of ethos – an attitude of character, an embodied disposition to act a certain way – Global Ethic commitments take the form of cosmopolitan virtues that shape and shade all habitualized and creative action. – Finally, as a practice, Global Ethic is the capacity for dialogue, built in the confluence of practicing all the commitments together. In Küng's tradition, the capacity for dialogue is central because it combines the steadfastness of religious truths with a readiness to learn and transform towards peace. And it is central for Global Ethic philosopher Claus Dierksmeier as the practice of globally responsible freedom as a method, as the exercise of procedural and participatory liberty.
N. Büchler Weltethos-Institut Tübingen Germany
Michael Wihlenda CEO World Citizen School @Weltethos-Institut Tübingen Germany
The Global Ethic builds the fundamental basis of the World Citizen School and functions as orientation and coordination of all volunteering activities of socially-engaged student and their initiatives at the Weltethos-Institut at the University of Tuebingen.
Hans-Josef Weiß Frankenthal Germany
Martin Priebe - Profit mit Moral Entrepreneur Martin Priebe - Profit mit Moral Stuttgart Germany Christianity
As an observant christ I am very grateful about this global ethic declaration! As business ethics is my core topic, I want to support the Global Ethic the best I can.
Samuel Awuah-Nyamekye Associate Professor University of Cape Coast Cape Coast Ghana
Hugh Locke President Smallholder Farmers Alliance Port-au-Prince Haiti
Dr. Homi B. Dhalla Founder President World Zarathushti Cultural Foundation Mumbai India Zoroastrianism
Sadhvi Shri Shilapiji Founder Veerayatan Kutch Kutch India Jainism I fully endorse the Global ethics.

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