courage

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This civil courage is a pale reflection of the courage that will prevail in God's own time, for which we wait.
Cancer patient rights activist Teodora Zaharieva has been given the Civil Courage Award of the Panitza foundation, with the state commission for investigation of Communist State Security receiving a honorary mention.
Three years later, he won the Civil Courage Prize from the US Train Foundation for his criticism of Islamist radicalism and support of links with Israel.
The freedom of speech is essential for what is called in Germany 'Zivilcourage', civil courage to react to any form of extremism, discrimination, racism.
These exhibitions pay tribute to the hundreds of thousands of acts of civil courage demonstrated in Eastern Europe that ended the Cold War.
They provide resources and space in the stadium for a BVB project to educate young fans on racism, intercultural learning and civil courage how to deal with con-flict without violence.
Against the backdrop of the very important information that he revealed, however, the media treated him with a degree of sympathy for his civil courage.
It is a tale of oppression, civil courage and human dignity and its effect on the choir was astonishing.
Feminist theorist Judith Butler has criticized Christopher Street Day for being too uncritical and too commercial--which is why she turned down the Civil Courage Award the organizers wanted to give her this year.
First were the images of United Nations soldiers standing by - nonconforming civil courage in cinemascope.