| 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
Sara N. Jamil Visionary leader CompassionFirst Richmond Hill Canada Islam We must join hands, connect hearts and build bridges
H.E. Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha Spiritual Leader Maitriyana Buddhist Community Misiones Argentina Buddhism
These 5 elements of global ethic are very similar to the four basic pillars of Buddhist Socialism that I have created:
-Global Peace
-Social Justice
-Advanced Education
-Environmental Health
Matthew J. Moore Custodian JCPS Lawrenceburg, Ky United States Christianity
Dobromił Kozłowski Reformowany Kościół Katolicki w Polsce Poznan Poland Christianity
Jutta Faasen Kerpen Germany Christianity
Jagmel Singh Khalsa Com.inginer Jagmel Singh Khalsa Nagrota Bagwan India Thanks for your.
Ravi Singh Chairman Next Generation CORAL SPRINGS United States Sikhism
In 1993, I had the honor to sign the Global Ethic Declaration on behalf of Generation X'ers. I feel blessed by Waheguru to have signed such an historic document on behalf of my entire generation. The Parliament of World Religions has had a profound impact on my life. Sat Sri Akhal !
Brian Rullo Pittsburgh United States Christianity
Michael Spath Executive Director Indiana Center for Middle East Peace Fort Wayne United States
Kuldip Singh Volunteer Guru Nanak Ashram Patiala India Sikhism
Crystal R Tafralian witch Gaylord United States Paganism
C.Süßmuth Student Lüdenscheid Germany Christianity
I think it is an important and necessary step to include an ecologic responsibily in the declaration as well, because its urgency is currently growing.