Civil courage is the will and ability to disobey, resist, oppose and to end by non-violent means the abuse of power by any public authority, private enterprise or individuals who deliberately neglect their duties to society or illegally use for their own advantage the levers of their political, economic or social power violating human rights – whether in the media, academic, ecclesiastical or family spheres.

 

 

Who bears the most blame for the lack of civil courage?

BOOKS

  • The Second Book in the Veritas Edition

    The Second Book in the Veritas Edition

    NGO Gariwo has published a new book in Veritas edition. It is a book named "I'm not Howling with the Wolves" by Tomislav Jakić. This is the second, revised edition of the book that was first published in Croatia in 2010th. It is a kind of Tomislav Jakić's biography. His personality is not there in the forefront to speak about it, but more about the time that we could see through it. His personality, as Jakić said, serves to achieve authenticity.

  • Michael Lapsley and Stephen Karakashian – Redeeming the Past

    Michael Lapsley and Stephen Karakashian – Redeeming the Past

    “Redeeming the Past” is the autobiography of Michael Lapsley, an Anglican priest from New Zealand whose priestly mission, as well as whole life, is marked by ministry in Africa, mostly in South Africa. His life was peaceful priestly life. He chose a thornier path than most clerics - fighting apartheid.

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