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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
Cawas J Desai Founder President Zoroastrian Asscn of PA & NJ Center Valley United States Zoroastrianism
Cecilia Bendall Ms New Town Australia
Celeste Rututo Project coordinator World Vision Mozambique Maputo Mozambique Christianity
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".
Charles M.Taylor CEO/Spiritual Leader Charles & Shakira Unlimited Sunrise United States Not Listed (Write-in) Integral Christianity
Chihfen Lee Occupational therapist NYC DOE Fair Lawn United States Buddhism
Christina Leano Associate Director Global Catholic Climate Movement Boston United States Christianity Grateful to be able to support such an important initiative.
Christine Lincoln Boulder United States Buddhism
I'm grateful for the opportunity to endorse all five of these commitments. In particular, I wholeheartedly welcome the addition of the fifth - the commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth. Thank you to the Parliament of the World's Religions.
Christine Muise Priest Diocese of BC Parksville Canada Christianity
Christopher Chapple Doshi Professor Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles United States Not Listed (Write-in) Yoga and Meditation We must take action to thrive.
Christopher H. Petyers President 7th Generation Fund Arcata United States Indigenous Tradition
Christy Kyle Pollock l Instructional Designer Fayetteville, Arkansas United States
Coen Reijntjes Beetsterzwaag Netherlands Christianity
Cristina Seaborn Media and Communications Team Chair Urantia Book Fellowship Saint Cloud United States Not Listed (Write-in) Urantia
Crystal Muldrow Sr. Minister Unity Church in Albany Albany United States New Thought
Dan McKanan Emerson Senior Lecturer Harvard Divinity School Somerville, MA United States Unitarian Universalist
Dan Smyer Yu Professor/Director Center for Trans-Himalayan Studies, Yunnan Minzu University, China Wooldland United States
I'm very happy to have the opportunity to make my contribution to the revision process and will continue to endorse the Parliament's Global Ethics!
Daniel Gorman Jr. History Ph.D. Candidate University of Rochester (River Campus) (Rochester, NY, US) [79397] Rochester United States Christianity
Daniel J. Misleh Executive Director Catholic Climate Covenant Washington, DC United States Christianity
Daniel Mikelberg Toronto Canada Judaism
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.
David Rosen International Director, Interreligious Affairs AJC Jerusalem Israel Judaism
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.
David F. Hales Chair of Climate Action Parliament of the World's religions Bar Harbor United States
The Climate Action Task Force of the Parliament is privileged to be part of the process of adding this critical new element to the Global Ethic.
David Garrido Masmitjà Dream Mentor L' Hospitalet de Llobregat Spain
David Loy Vice-President Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center Niwot United States Buddhism
David Peck Director of Engagement and Awareness World Vision Canada Oakville Canada Not Listed (Write-in) Trinitarin
David Takahashi Fellow GreenFaith Boulder United States Buddhism Generations ahead will thank us for acting on their behalf now.
Dawn M. Nothwehr, OSF, Ph. D. The Erica & Harry John Family Professor of Catholic Theological Ethics Catholic Theological Union - Graduate School of Theology & Ministry Chicago United States Christianity An important revision of this statement for our time!
Deborah Hill-Davis Minister Unity Church of Ames Ames United States
Dede Walton Hendersonville United States
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.
Dhammadipa Sak (Fa Yao) Trustee Parliament of the World's Religions Germantown United States Buddhism This is surely a valuable guideline for the betterment of humanity and Earth.
Diana Eck Director The Pluralism Project, Harvard University Cambridge United States Christianity
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!
DIANNE DILLON-RIDGLEY Iowa City United States Christianity
Having worked on the drafting of The EARTH CHARTER in the 1990's, I appreciate how imperative it is that we continue, as one human family, to establish and expand global agreements and commitments for the future of humanity. Not as some "global government" but rather as a sober recognition that with seven billion plus people on our fragile beautiful planet we need deep levels of cooperation, understanding and support among all cultures and communities. More true now in 2018 than when I first said it before the Earth Summit in 1992..."It is time TO 'MOTHER' EARTH"!
Dobromił Kozłowski Reformowany Kościół Katolicki w Polsce Poznan Poland Christianity
Dolly Dastoor Vice- chair, Board of trustees Parliament of World's Religions Montreal Canada Zoroastrianism
It is an honour to endorse the much needed Fifth Directive of the Global Ethic document.
Donald B. Benson Consultant/Professor Spector & Associates Portland United States
Dorianne Cotter-Lockard Lyon France New Thought