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Copy of The Charter for Compassion International

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Transcript of Copy of The Charter for Compassion International

The Charter for Compassion International
Northwest, Mountain, Plains Regions
and Sovereign Nations
AK, CO, ID, KS, MT, OK, OR, ND,
NE, SD, UT, WA, WY
Midwest
IA, IL, IN, MI, MN, MO, OH WI
South, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands
AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV
East Coast, Middle Atlantic & Washington, DC
CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH,
NJ, PA, RI
Europe
and UK

Provinces and Territories of Canada
Eastern Europe and
Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Ukraine, and Uzbekistan
Middle East & United Arab Emirates
Asia
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
Africa
Mexico, Central America and Caribbean
South America

Martti Ahtisaari: Finland, former president
Karen Armstrong: England, religious historian and convener of The Charter for Compassion
Kofi Annan: Ghana, former UN Secretary General, chair of the elders
Ela Bhatt, India, founder of Self-Help Women's Association (SEWA)
Lakhdar Brahimi: Algeria, freedom activist, UN diplomate and conflict mediator
Joan Campbell Brown: USA, minister, leader in the ecumenical movement
Gro Harlem Bruntland: Norway, former prime minister and medical doctor
Fernando H. Cordoso: Brazil, land reformist, advocate for global drug reform
Jimmy Carter: USA, former president, peace negotiator
Hina Jilani: Pakistan, pioneering lawyer and pro-democracy activist
Graca Machel: Mozambique, freedom activist, advocate for women's and children
Mary Robinson: Ireland, former president, former UN High Commission for human rights
Desmond Tutu: South Africa, anti-apartheid campaigner, peace activist
Ernesto Zedillo: Mexico, former president, advocate for multi-lateralism

International Governing Board
The Meaning of The Charter
The Charter for Compassion
Charter Geographic Hubs
Charter Partners | 437+ | Business, Education, Healthcare, Faith, Peace Initiatives
Anchorage, AK
Basalt, CO
Boise, ID
Corvallis, OR
Eastsound, WA
Eugene, OR
Lake Forest Park, WA
Lo Do Neighborhood
(Historical Denver)
North Bend, WA
Portland, OR
Salt Lake City, UT
Seattle, WA
Soap Lake, WA
Telluride, CO

Accra, Ghana
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The Country of Botswana
Butula, Kenya
Cape Town, South Africa
Republic of Djibouti
Gaborone, Botswana
Kampala, Uganda
Lago, Nigeria
Nairobi, Kenya

California, SW & Pacific Islands
Dallas, TX
El Dorado Hills, CA
El Paso, TX
Houston, TX
Frisco, TX
Garland, TX
Honolulu, Hawaii
Houston, TX
Huntington Beach, CA
Irvine, CA
Laguna Beach, CA
Lake County, CA
Lampasas, TX
Los Angeles, CA
Milibrae, CA
Napa Valley, CA
Orange County, CA
Phoenix, AZ
Portola Valley, CA
Redwood Shores, CA


Ann Arbor, MI
Appleton, WI
Ashland, KY
Bowling Green, KY
Canton, MI
Chicago, IL
Cincinnati, OH
Dickson, TN
Fayetteville, AK
Frankfurt, KY


Arlington, VA
Asheville, NC
Atlanta, GA
Bucckhannon, WV
Charleston, SC
Detroit, MI
Gainsville, FL
Kalamazoo, MI
Key Biscayne, FL
Raleigh, NC
Scranton, PA
St. Augustine, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Virginia Beach, VA
Washington, DC
Wheeling, WV
Winston-Salem, NC
Danbury, CT
New York, NY
Providence, RI

Brantford, ON
Calgary, AL
Edmonton, AL
Halifax, NS
Kitchener-Waterloo, BC
London, ON
Lyndhurst, ON
Nanaimo, BC
Ottawa, ON
Parksville, BC
Powell River, BC
Surrey, BC
Toronto, ON
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MA

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Arnhem, Netherlands
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Besançon, France
Bracknell, Britain
Cambridge, Britain
Derry City, Ireland
Dilijan, Armenia
Eskilstuna, Sweden
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
Glasgow, Scotland
Gorinchem, Netherlands
Groningen, Netherlands
Helsinski, Finland
Hemel Hempstead, Britain
Hoogeveen, Netherlands

Amman, Jordan
Dubai, UAE
Gaziantep, Turkey
Bali, Indonesia
Bancharampur, Bangladesh
Calicut, India
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Gurgaon, India
Jakata, Indonesia
Khairo Dharo, Pakistan
New Delhi, India
Pune, India
Surabaya, Indonesia

Canberra, Australia
Melbourne, Australia

Huntsville, AL
La Crosse, WI
Louisville, KY
Milwaukee, WI
Nashville, TN
Rochester, MN
Springfield, IL
Springfield, MO
St. Louis, MO
Toledo, OH
Richardson, TX
Sacramento, CA
San Antonio, TX
San Diego, CA
San Fernando Valley, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
San Louis Obispo, CA
San Jose, CA
San Louis Obispo, CA
Santa Ana, CA
Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Cruz, CA
Santa Monica, CA
Sunnyvale, CA
Tustin, CA
Ukiah, CA
Villa Park, CA
Vista, CA
West Hollywood, CA
Horsham, Britain
Hull, Britain
Leiden, Netherland
Lelystad, Netherlands
Liverpool, Britain
Lochem, Netherlands
London, Britain
Malaga, Spain
Messina, Italy
Nottingham, Britain
Peja, Kosovo
Perth, Britain
Tromso, Norway
Utrecht, Netherlands
Venlo, Netherlands
Zagreb, Croatia
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