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List of Co-signers

First NamePrefixLast nameProfessionInstitutionCity/StateCountryComment
Ewuzie OkwuchukwuAzukaRenewable Energy Consultant And Environmental DeveloperSolar Ka Trading (Pty)LtdDurban Kwazulu NatalSouth Africa
Why are we want to die in silent of injustice here in Africa @Nigeria a country without know human justice is a hell
Sustainability is a broad and complex topic. This charter clearly defines what sustainability means for the legal / judicial system.
aliahamedfree lancenonelaayoune sahara Morocco
Hi nice idea and good work for humanity
Maria dolores MrsSanchez galeraAssistant professor and legal officerCarlos III University MadridLuccaItaly
The first part of the treaty should be devoted to education. What to include into our education programmes and how to educate future generations for a real transition to care about nature and the others. Circular economy social rights peace culture and justice must be part of our holistic approach to education
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Superior thinking (...undefinable...) above. Thanks!

Hierbij ondersteun ik Uw scherpe probleemherkenning. Graag deel ik met U mogelijke alternatieve oplossingen. Nadrukkelijk toon ik Uw denkwerk en heb een bijzondere waardering voor diegene die de rechtspraak van binnen uit willen verbeteren met een constructieve aanpak. Vereniging Diog.org komt met diverse digitale oplossingen voor hezelfde probleem. Overleg lijkt me waardevol.
KimProfEconomidesLegal academicFlinders UniversityAdelaide/South AustraliaAustralia
BINNIEMarcAssociate clerk in the trade Court of SaintesAPESA FranceFranceFrance
The principles of the charter don‘t abolish but fulfill the law and the practices
Juan PabloChirinosLawyer/Judge/Professor Poder Judicial de Río NegroGeneral Roca, Río NegroArgentina
ArthurHolLawyerDe Koning Vergouwen advocatenAmsterdamNetherlands
The Sustainable Justice Charter is an important step towards reuniting law with society, basing it on the same values that guide the development of society.
WahabProfEgbewoleLawUniversity of IlorinIlorinNigeria
From the reading of the abridged version of the Charter, it is clear that the need for justice to grow development. I think this will also assist in developing the world.
DiendeBoer - KruytDirector (non-executive), trainer and coachChair Supervisory Board Greenpeace Netherlands / Director at Allianz, Hoge Raedt Group and D.E. Master BlendersNaardenNetherlands
Hang out the flag: Right and wrong and revenge superceded by sustainable justice.
AbeleReitsmaDirectorArchiqSurhuizum Fr.Netherlands
Stevenvan derMinneTrainer - Coach / authorRaven ConnectRotterdamNetherlands
DignadeBruinLegal attorneyDe Bruin AdvocatuurBaarnNetherlands
KlaartjeFreekeLegal attorney Criminal LawFreeke Monster StrafrechtadvocatenAmsterdamNetherlands
JeremyTravisPresidentJohn Jay College of Criminal Law, City University of New YorkNew YorkUnited States of America
I am comfortable with my name being added to other signatories. My signature is on personal title.
Professor TaniaSourdinProfessor of Law / Director of AustralAsian Centre for Justice InnovationMonash UniversityMelbourneAustralia
What a wonderful initiative, that I thoroughly support
J. KimWrightLegal innovator, author ‘Lawyers as Peacemakers‘Integrative Law Society / Cutting Edge Law SocietyFloridaUnited States of America
Yes, I do support the Charter! I happily add my name to the signers
Professor DavidWexlerProfessor of Law / Director of the Therapeutic Jurisprudence networkRogers School of Law Arizona / University of Puerto RicoSan Juan Porto RicoUnited States of America
This is terrific work and am happy to promote it.
County Judge GingerLerner - WrenAdmin. Judge Broward County Mental Health Court, NSU Adjunct Professor, Forensic Psychology/Therapeutic Justice 17th Judicial Circuit, FloridaFt Lauderdale FLUnited States of America

It is my honor and privilege to sign the Charter. You have permission to add my name in support of sustainable justice.

Professor TomTylerProfessor of Law / Professor of Psychology / Founder Procedural JusticeYale Law SchoolNew Haven CTUnited States of America
I read your charter and am happy to be a co-signer
Professor MartineHerzog - EvansProfessor of Law / President of the Confederation Francophone de la ProbationUniversity of Reims (France)ReimsFrance
Brilliant! Of course I do sign ‘with both hands‘ as we say in French. Congrats on this initiative.
Professor AndrewCannonDeputy Chief Magistrate / Senior Mining Warden /ProfessorMagistrate‘s Court Adelaide / South Australia / Flinders University Adelaide and Wilhelms University Munster GermanyAdelaide SAAustralia
Yes I sign the Charter. Keep up the good work!
JaapvanStraalenEntrepeneurCenter for Sustainable JusticeAmsterdamNetherlands
AlexanderdeSavornin LohmanDirectorCenter for Sustainable JusticeUtrechtNetherlands

Happy that Jaap and I could summarize the concept in 1.212 words. Thanks Andrew Cannon for your always encouraging feedback and support.