ABOUT CHARTER FOR COMPASSION PAKISTAN
Charter for Compassion Pakistan is a cooperative effort to restore not only compassionate thinking but, more importantly, compassionate action to the center of our lives, it is a document that was drafted by a multi-faith, multi-national council of thinkers and leaders. The Charter for Compassion initiative is the result of Karen Armstrong's win of the 2008 TED Prize
We work in diverse ways through various sectors of society--businesses, with cities and communities across the globe, within educational institutions and organizations and with religious congregations and associations--to create and establish cultures of compassion locally and globally.
In a world that is deeply troubled and polarized we are committed to making a change. Through forming partnerships and by collaborating with similarly minded organizations we are endeavoring to acknowledge that by thinking and acting compassionately we can create a just world.