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The Civil Courage Prize, given to people who have demonstrated steadfast resistance to evil at great personal risk, has been awarded annually since 2000 by the Train Foundation, formerly the Northcote Parkinson Fund.
It honors those men and women who resisted and shows our children, by example, that elementary humane and civil courage has been possible, even during the darkest time of our history.
She had received the 2005 Civil Courage Prize, the 2004 Olof Palme Prize, the 2002 Courage in Journalism Award, the 2000 Golden Pen Award from the Russian Union of Journalists, as well as prizes from the Overseas Press Club of America, Amnesty International, and others.
Now we have an exemplar of upright practice, ethical behavior, and civil courage in one of our members, Alberto Mora, until recently the general counsel of the U.
Anyone interested in the concrete exercise of civil courage and the history of Jews in Europe during the period of National Socialism will want to add this valuable and immensely readable volume to their libraries.
Military courage in war is honored; civil courage in opposing a disastrous war is not honored.
John Stewart Mill, however, said ordinary citizens would need civil courage to protect their democracies--often from their own soldiers.
The third presidential candidate was Luvsandambiin Dashnyam, 58, of the Civil Courage Party.
Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 while under house arrest, and was cited by the Nobel Committee as "one of the most extraordinary examples of civil courage in Asia in recent decades.
They then develop a civil courage which will persist in difficult situations.
The social network's Initiative for Civil Courage Online campaign went live Monday in Berlin.
It is a tale of oppression, civil courage and human dignity and its effect on the choir was astonishing.
He was on the advisory council for the annual Civil Courage Prize in New York and a member of the Board of the Balkan Children and Youth Foundation.
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.