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Professor Wande Abimbola
Imam Afroz Ali
Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne
Ms. Omie Baldwin
Marta Benavides
Canon Gideon Byamugisha
President Jimmy Carter
Sister Joan Chittister
Rev. Tim Costello
Andrew Cohen
Rev. Andras Corban-Arthen
His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso The XIVth Dalai Lama
Dr. Homi Dhalla
Hugh Evans
Tim Fischer
Mrs. Ryoko Foose
Fr. Laurence Freeman
Tonya Gonnella Frichner
Jonathan Granoff
Uncle Max Harrison
Dr Haruhisa Handa
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield
Ms. Linda Hogan
Dr. Joel Hunter
Robert Houndohome Hounon
Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim
Mr. Clarence Jackson
Dr. Dipak Jain
Dr Jennie R Joe
Mandaza Kandemwa
Doug George-Kanentiio
Kim Hourn Kao
Dr. Azza M. Karam
Ms. Norma Kassi
H.E. Prof Mahmud Erol Kilic
Leo Killsback
Rabbi Irwin Kula
Hon Michael Kirby
Tsugio Kuzuno
Hans Kung
Rabbi Michael Lerner
Margaret Lokawua
Chief Oren Lyons
Katherine Marshall
Sri Swami Mayatitananda (Mother Maya)
Rabbi Michael Melchior
Pastor Ray Minniecon
Lucy Mulenkei
Prof. Dr. Siti Musdah Mulia
Dr. Chandra Muzaffar
Ms. Minnie Naylor
The Most Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh
Rev. Dr. Ishmael Noko
Francois Paulette
George Cardinal Pell
Christopher Peters
Anna Pinto
Constantino Pinto
Prof Dr. Tariq Ramadan
Uncle Bob Randall
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf
Rabbi David Rosen
Rabbi David Saperstein
Ms. Joanne Shenandoah
His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Jathedar Singh Sahib Giani Gurbachan Singh
Arturas Sinkevicius
Darlene St. Clair
Dr. Joseph Henry Suina
Jake Swamp
Dr. M. Din Syamsuddin
Ven. Dharma Master Hsin Tao
Prof Burhanettin Tatar
Jonas Trinkunas
Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker
Dr Maria Ulfah
Dr. William Vendley
Jim Wallis
Professor Joy Murphy Wandin
Mrs. Lally Lucretia M. Warren
Dr. Tu Weiming
Dr Rosita Worl
Prof Sakena Yacoobi
Nana Osei Boakyewa Yiadom

Marta Benavides of El Salvador

Marta Benavides of El Salvador is one of the surviving activists from the original group of human rights and peace advocates who began their work during the 1970s and the rising climate of repression. A leader of an ecumenical revolution focused on bringing peace to her country, the ordained pastor who chose “to live and not die for the revolution” has been bringing people at all levels – politics, the arts, law enforcement, agriculture and food security, environment, religion and labor – together to defend human rights and develop a culture of peace. More..

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