List Of CBI Endorsers And Supporters

 

International Humanistic Psychology Association (U.S.)
Abraham’s Path Initiative
Abraham’s Vision (U.S.)
AHIMSA (U.S.)
Al-Azar University, Gaza (Palestine)
All Jordan Youth Commission/King Abdullah II Fund for Development (Jordan)
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (U.S)
American Friends Service Committee (U.S.)
American Friends of Neve Shalom/What Al Salaam (U.S.)
American Human Rights Council (U.S)
American Muslim Diversity Association (U.S.)
Arab American University at Jenin (Palestine)
Arias Foundation (Costa Rica)
Association for Transpersonal Psychology (U.S.)
Atlantic Humanitarian Relief (U.S.)
Bay Area NonViolent Communications (U.S.)
Beyond Borders (U.S.)
British Arab Psychiatric Association (UK)
British Association for Humanistic Psychology (UK)
Caritas of Lebanon (Lebanon)
Carl Rogers Institute for Peace (U.S.)
Center for Psychology and Social Change (U.S.)
Charter For Compassion ~ see Charter Affirmation at:
Children of Abraham (U.S.)
CommonWay Institute (U.S.)
Compassionate Listening Project (U.S.)
Conflict Resolution Network of Australia (Australia)
Council for the Parliament of the World’s Religions
Council of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychologies (US)
Council of Islamic Organizations of Michigan (U.S.)
Coventry University Centre for the Study of Forgiveness and Reconciliation (UK)
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore (U.S.)
Department of Peace Initiative (U.S.)
ELKARRI (Basque Country, Spain)
EMDR Institute (U.S.)
EMDR-Humanitarian Assistance Program (U.S.)
Esalen Institute Russian/American Center (U.S.)
European Association of Psychotherapy (Austria)
European Muslim Network (EU)
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Foundation for Community Encouragement (U.S.)
Foundation for Conscious Evolution (U.S.)
Four Years. Go (U.S.)
French Federation of Psychotherapy (France)
Fundacion Mujeres En Igualdad (Argentina)
Gaza Community Mental Health Program (Palestine)
Georgian Association for Humanistic Psychology (Georgia)
German Association for Humanistic Psychology (Germany)
German Institute of Humanistic Psychology (Germany)
Gesundheit! Institute (U.S.)
Global Intuition Network (U.S.)
Global Thinking Project (U.S.)
Global Process Work Institute (U.S.)
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (U.S.)
HARMONY Institute for Psychotherapy and Counseling (Russia)
Henry Ford Community College (U.S.)
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution ICAR (U.S.)
Institute for Global Education (U.S.)
Institute for Middle East Studies Canada (Canada)
Institute for Noetic Sciences (U.S.)
Institute for Transpersonal Psychology (U.S.)
International Center for Nonviolent Communication (U.S.)
International Conflict Resolution Center of Australia (Australia)
International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations
International Network for the Dances of Universal Peace
Islamic Association for Humanistic Psychology (Iran)
Islamic Center of America (US)
Jane Goodall Institute (UK)
Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology (Japan)
Jewish Chaplaincy of Stanford University (U.S.)
Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group of San Mateo (U.S.)
John F. Kennedy University (U.S.)
Jordan University of Science and Technology (Jordan)
Journal of Humanistic Psychology (U.S.)
Lesley University (U.S.)
Lithuanian Association for Humanistic Psychology (Lithuania)
Lithuanian Group Psychotherapy Association (Lithuania)
Meditation Training Institute (U.S.)
Meridian University (U.S.)
Michigan Peace Team (U.S.)
Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion (U.S.)
Michigan School of Professional Psychology (U.S.)
Michigan State University (U.S.)
Moscow State University (Russia)
Muslim Presence Ottawa (Canada)
Muslim Presence Toronto (Canada)
National Arab American Medical Association (U.S.)
National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (U.S)
National Resource Center for the Healing of Racism (U.S.)
New Age Journal (U.S.)
NonViolent Change Network (U.S.)
Northern Mexico Humanistic Psychology Association (Mexico)
Oakland University Islamic Studies Program (U.S.)
Office of Tibet (South Africa)
Organizational Development Institute (U.S.)
Pacifica Institute (U.S.)
Parashakthi Temple (U.S.)
Pathways To Peace Foundation (U.S.)
Pathways To Peace (U.S.)
Peace Partnership International (U.S.)
Peace Psychology division of American Psychological Association (U.S.)
People’s Peace Fund (Holy Land)
Person Centered Expressive Therapy Institute (U.S.)
Physicians for Social Responsibility (U.S.)
Psychologists for Social Responsibility (U.S.)
Public Conversations Project (U.S.)
Read The Spirit (US)
Rhodes University (South Africa)
Rural Southern Voice for Peace (U.S.)
Russian Association of Telephonic Emergency Services (Russia)
Russian Independent Psychiatric Association (Russia)
Santa Clara University (U.S.)
Saybrook University and Research Center (U.S.)
Shalom Center for Justice and Peace (U.S.)
Sonoma State University (U.S.)
St. Petersburg Pedagogical University (Russia)
St. Petersburg State University (Russia)
Sufi Order International (U.S.)
Syrian American Medical Society Foundation (US)
The Peace Alliance (U.S.)
The Politics of Trust (U.S.)
Thrive: Alliance of Nonprofits of San Mateo Co. (U.S.)
Transnational Perspectives (Switzerland)
Transpartisan Alliance (U.S.)
Union Institute (U.S.)
UN Non-Governmental Organization for the University of Peace (U.S.)
University of Jordan (Jordan)
University of West Georgia (U.S.)
United Religions Initiative (U.S.)
Unity Center (U.S.)
Unity Productions Foundation (U.S.)
Vilnius University (Lithuania)
Wahat Al Salaam/ Neve Shalom (Holy Land)
Western Michigan Univ. Haenicke Institute for Global Education (U.S.)
WISDOM (US)
Wonkwang University of South Korea (S. Korea)
World Association for Person Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling
World Council of Psychotherapy (Austria)
World Health Foundation for Development and Peace (U.S.)
World Peace and Friendship Society (India)
YES! magazine (U.S.)
Zaman International (US)
20,000 Dialogues (U.S.)

These efforts have received encouragement over the years from:

President of the United States
President of Russia
President of Costa Rica
Governor of St. Petersburg
King Abdullah II of Jordan, and the Jordanian Government