Treat all others as you'd like to be treated yourself.

Do not do to others what you would not like them to do to you.





In 2007, Karen Armstrong was invited by Singapore to speak about compassion to more than 800 community and government leaders, diplomats and Singaporeans from numerous races, cultures and faiths. >>Learn more here



In 2008, TED awarded her The TED Prize to bring together voices from all cultures and religions to draft The Charter and remind everyone that we share the core principles of compassion. >>Learn more here



In 2009, The Charter for Compassion launched for all peoples of our world on 12 November. >>Learn more about The Charter



Globally, over 200 events are being held with thousands of people attending.  In Singapore, we will join the world to mark the launch of The Charter for Compassion. >>See who affirms it



With generous support from Raffles City Convention Centre-Fairmont Hotel, this special and meaningful event was held on Thursday, 19 November at 6:30pm.  Here are photos from the event>>



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This event is jointly presented and organised by:


venue generously provided by:

Thank you Ian Wilson, Nicole Tan and Larrina Lim.

event catalysts:

Thank you Siew Hoon and Vera Lye.



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