The Ambassadors for Education Charter Initiative was launched in 2007. The applicants come from all walks of life representing all races, religions,nationality and cultures, and commit themselves to: -promote Education Charter worldwide -Form a global network of leaders representing the religious, racial, and ethnic diversity of the human family, as well as all disciplines of human endeavor. -participate in the movement of higher education for youth worldwide.

Mission Statement Ambassadors for Education Charter are leaders in all walks of life, dedicated to building a worldwide community to support higher education movement of CCLP worldwide for just sustainable educated youth worldwide. They represent to lead the Education Charter International in their region.

Ambassador for Education Charter? Club Ambassadors for Education Charter are part of a global network of leaders representing the religious, racial and ethnic diversity of the human family, as well as all disciplines of human endeavor. They stand on the common ground of shared principles and are committed to the path of promoting, overcoming barriers, and building for Higher Education to every youth.

Chartered award of Ambassador The Ambassador for Education Chartered award honors achievement and signifies a new appointment to a mission to serve the common good.

What do Ambassadors for Education Charter do? • Promote Education Charter International • Promote Universal declaration of Higher Education for twenty first century by United nation • Promote UN Global Compact Ten principles • Work to initiate the movement of making this world with educated youth • To serve the community at large regardless of race, gender, language or religion, or economic, cultural or social distinctions, or physical disabilities. • Contribute to the fulfillment of the mission of CCLP Worldwide • Serve as members on national, regional and international Chapter and Secretariat office. • Develop a broad strategic alliance of partnerships among individuals,educational institutions, organizations, religions, corporations, the media and governments.

Ambassador for Charter Categories Ambassadors for Education Charter work in various areas of society. There are four categories: 1) City/State Level 2) National Level 3) Regional Level 4) World Level

Qualifications • Persons with leadership qualities in their sphere of activity such as religion, politics, the media, academia, business, thearts, civil society, etc. • Affirmation of CCLP Worldwie’s vision and Umbrella Statement • Life Member of CCLP Worldwide • Recommendations

To Apply • Those who meet the above qualifications and want to apply for an appointment as an Ambassador Education Charter, please submit the following documents to your national or International Secretariat office. For more information, visit our

1) Completed Application Form

2) Bio or curriculum vitae

3) Recommendation from a CCLP Worldwide member in good standing

Action Guidelines of Ambassador

The Action Guidelines are not fixed and final. The Education Charter International Council will periodically review them in the light of lessons learned from efforts to apply the Education Charter in different regions and sectors. The Council welcomes any comments and suggestions you may have regarding them.

The Action Guidelines

1. Start with the Education Charter. Let the Education Charter be your basic guide when you are planning and undertaking activities to make the Education Charter vision a reality.

2. Be a Living Example. Strive to be a living example of the spirit of the Education Charter in your day-to-day life – at home, in the work place, and in your community.

3. Empower Yourself. Act boldly, and trust that you can make a difference as an individual and that your activities will catalyze the efforts of many others.

4. Cooperate, Cooperate. Create the power to affect change by building partnerships and collaborating with others, and seek win/win solutions.

5. Empower Others. Share power by being inclusive and providing others with opportunities to strengthen their capacities for problem solving, decision-making, and leadership, unleashing human creativity.

6. Promote Respect and Understanding. Endeavor to build relationships of mutual respect and trust among individuals and groups from diverse cultures and communities, and resolve differences through dialogue in a way that produces learning and growth.

7. Facilitate Self-Organization. Facilitate the spread of initiatives inspired by the Education Charter without trying to control them, counting on the capacity of human groups with a clear ethical purpose to self-organize and achieve positive outcomes.

8. Focus on Root Causes. Focus thought and action on the root causes of the major problems and challenges facing humanity, and do not let the pressures of existing unsustainable systems and practices deter you from action.

9. Be Committed Yet Flexible. Be unwavering in your commitment to fundamental principles and ensure that the means adopted to achieve your goals are consistent with Education Charter values, but always be flexible and innovative in selecting means and methods as circumstances change.

10. Be Resourceful. Do not let your thinking and acting be restricted by dependence on money; use your imagination and be resourceful in making things happen.

11. Use Technology Wisely. Be mindful that large numbers of people do not have access to advanced technology, and when constructing technological solutions to problems ensure that they are appropriate.

12. Protect the Integrity of the Charter. When presenting, quoting from, or translating the Education Charter be faithful to the words and spirit of the original text, and link the Charter only with organizations, products and events that are consistent with its values

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