Global Initiative 100 for Supporting the Neo-Renaissance Movement, 1997



  1. Javier Perez de Cuellar
Former Secretary-General of the UN
Nobel Peace Prize Winner (1988)

2. Mikhail S. Gorbachev (Russia)
Former President of the Soviet Union
Nobel Peace Prize Winner (1990)

3. Boutros Boutros-Ghali
Former Secretary-General of the UN

4. Young Seek Choue
Perpetual-President-Emeritus
The International Association of University Presidents

5. Helmut Schmidt
Former Chancellor, Federal Republic of Germany

6. Diosdado Macapagal
Former President of the Philippines

7. Desmond Mpilo Tutu (South Africa)
President, All Africa Conference of Churches
Nobel Peace Prize Winner (1984)

8. Julio Maria Sanguinetti
President, Republic of Uruguay
9. Oscar Arias S. (Costa Rica)
Former President of Costa Rica
Nobel Peace Prize Winner (1987)

10. Daisaku Ikeda
Founder, Soka University (Japan)

11. Oscar Luigi Scalfaro
Former President of Italy

12. R. Venkataraman
Former President of India

13. Roger C. Guillemin (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1977)

14. Rodrigo Carazo Odio
Former President, Republic of Costa Rica

15. Juan Carlos Wasmosy Monti
President, Republic of Paraguay

16. Alexander M. Prokhorov (Russia)
Nobel Laureate (1964)

17. Toshiki Kaifu
Former Prime Minister of Japan

18. Gerhard Herzberg (Canada)
Nobel Laureate (1971)

19. Kalevi Sorsa
Former Prime Minister of Finland

20. Hyon-Hwak Shin
Former Prime Minister of Korea

21. Herbert C. Brown (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1979)

22. Ismat T. Kittani
President, the 36th General Assembly of the UN
Under-Secretary-General of the UN

23. Fidel V. Ramos
Former President of the Philippines

24. Harry Hinsley
Former Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge University

25. Ilya Prigogine (Belgium)
Nobel Laureate (1977)

26. Bohdan Lewandowski (Poland)
Former Under-Secretary-General of the UN

27. Young-Hoon Kang
Former Prime Minister of Korea

28. James D. Watson (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1962)

29. Leonid Kuchma
President, Republic of Ukraine

30. Shankar Dayal Sharma
Former President of India

31. Fabio Roversi Monaco (Italy)
Rector, Universita Degli Studi Di Bologna

32. Donald R. Gerth (U.S.A.)
President, International Association of University Presidents

33. Yong-Chul Kim
Former Chief of Justice, Supreme Court of Korea

34. Carlos Saul Menem
President, Republic of Argentina

35. Simon van der Meer (Switzerland)
Nobel Laureate (1984)

36. Stanley Cohen (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1986)

37. Karl Alex Muller (Switzerland)
Nobel Laureate (1987)

38. Victor Antonovich Sadovnichiy
President of Moscow State University

39. Won-Shik Chung
Former Prime Minister of Korea

40. S. Chandrasekhar (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1983)

41. John C. Polanyi (Canada)
Nobel Laureate (1986)


42. Cardinal Jaime L. Sin
Archbishop of the Philippines (Manila)

43. Razali Ismail
President, 51st General Assembly of the UN

44. Jerome Karle (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1985)

45. Baruj Benacerraf (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1980)

46. Soo-Sung Lee
Former Prime Minister of Korea
Senior Vice-President, the Advisory Council on
Democratic and Peaceful Unification of Korea

47. Chang-Soon Yoo
Former Prime Minister of Korea
Former President, Federation of the Korean Industries

48. Yuan Tseh Lee (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1986)

49. S. F. Stromholm (Sweden)
Rector, Uppsala Universitet

50. J. George Bednorz (Switzerland)
Nobel Laureate (1987)

51. Henry Taube (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1983)


52. Frederick Sanger (England)
Nobel Laureate (1980)

53. Venerable Wol-Ju Song
President, Korean Buddhist Association
Chairman, Joge Order, Korean Buddhism

54. Carlo Rubbia (Switzerland)
Nobel Laureate (1984)

55. Dudley Robert Herschbach (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1986)

56. Rita Levi-Montalcini (Italy)
Nobel Laureate (1986)

57. Marco Antonio de O. Maciel
Vice-President, Republic of Brazil

58. Ernst Otto Fischer (Germany)
Nobel Laureate (1973)

59. Jerome I. Friedman (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1990)

60. Shridath Ramphal (England)
Co-Chairman, Commission on Global Governance (Europe)

61. Surya Nath Prasad (India)
Former President
International Association of Educators for World Peace

62. Paolo Blasi
Rettore, Universita delgi Studi di Firenze
63. Seyom Brown (U.S.A.)
Professor, Department of Politics, Brandeis University

64. Claude Simon (France)
Nobel Laureate (1985)

65. Victor Petrovitch Savinykh
Spaceman, Russian Federation
Rector, Moscow State University of
Geodesy and Cartography

66. Joseph Edward Murray (U.S.A.)
Nobel Laureate (1990)

67. Rev. Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa
Rector, University of Santo Tomas, the Philippines

68. Louis Sohn (U.S.A.)
Professor, International Rule of Law Institute
The George Washington University

69. Jean Dausset (France)
Nobel Laureate (1980)

70. Mairead Corrigan-Maguire (Northern Ireland)
Nobel Peace Prize Winner (1976)

71. Robert A. Scalapino
Robson Research Professor of Government Emeritus
University of California, Berkeley

72. Sir. Nevill Francis Mott (England)
Nobel Laureate (1977)

73. Claiborne deBorda Pell
The US Delegation of Human Rights to the UN

74. Dwight H. Perkins
Professor, Harvard Institute for International Development
Harvard University

75. Tae-ik Chung
Ambassador of the republic of Korea to Italy

76. Robert G. Gilpin
Professor, Woodrow Wilson School
Princeton University

77. Edmund P. Hillary
The First Summitter of Everest
A Leading Figure in Social Work and Humanity

78. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Vice-President of the Philippines

79. A. A. Logounov
President, Institute of High Energy Physics
Former President, Moscow State University

80. Kan-Ichi Miyaji
Former President
International Association of University Presidents

81. Ramlal Parikh
Chancellor, Gujarat Vidyapith (India)

82. Won Yong Kang
President, World Conference on Religion and Peace
83. C. L. Kundu (India)
Vice-Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh University

84. Yong Hoon Suh
President, the Korea Council of
Common Good Movement for New Society

85. Charles Mercieca
President of the IAEWP
(International Association of Educators for World Peace)

86. Parmeshwar N. Haksar (India)
Chancellor, Jawaharal Nehru University

87. Sang Ock Lee
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Korea
President, UN Association of Korea

88. Adonias Costa da Silveira
Chancellor, Mackenzie University (Brazil)

89. S. S. Mohapatra
Chairman, Foreign Affairs Club of India

90. Amalendu Guha
President, Mahatma Gandhi Foundation
for Non-Violent Peace (Norway)

91. Mario A. Mena
Rector, Universidad de Moron (Argentina)

92. Deve Gowda
Former Prime Minister of India

93. V. R. Mehta
Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi

94. Asman B. Ranakusuma
Rector, Universitas Indonesia

95. E-Hyok Kwon
Former Minister of Health and Welfare (Korea)
Former President, Seoul National University

96. David W. Strangway
Former President, University of British Columbia

97. Thienchay Kiranandana
President, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

98. Ludmila A. Verbitskaya
Rector, Saint-Petersburg State University

99. Feng Yuzhong
Former President, Liaoning University
National People? Congress Deputy, China

100. C. Subramaniam
Chairman, Council of Advisors
Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation (India)