December 12, 2013
Thursday, 12th december at Međunarodna galerija portreta u Tuzli, Tuzla at 7 pm Promoters of the book are: Tomislav Jakić, Svetlana Broz, Vehid Šehić, Marko Oršolić and Amer Tikveša.
December 11, 2013
Wednesday, 11th december at Mediacentar, Kolodvorska 3, Sarajevo at 7 pm
October 01, 2013
On the second October Tuzla will marked the 70th years of liberation from fascism. Specifically, on the second October of 1943rd Tuzla was for the first time released in World War II and that is the day which is celebrated as Liberation Day, or Day of the City of Tuzla.
We believe that education about civil courage is the right antidote for civic apathy, conformism and intolerance
The Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award is given to Nedeljko Neđo Galić from Ljubuški
The Duško Kondor Award for Affirmation of Civil Courage is given to Viktor Ivančić from Split, Croatia.
The Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award is given to Nedeljko Neđo Galić from Ljubuški, posthumously.
The Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award is given to Matija Stević.
The Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award is given to Budimir Budo Koprivica
The Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award * is given collectively to the citizens of Sarajevo
November 29, 2013
Amer Tikveša and Melisa Ismičić, lecturers from NGO Gariwo, held two lectures...
November 29, 2013
This year's series of lectures entitled Moral courage - the Concept and Examples...
November 27, 2013
In behalf of NGO "Gariwo" Melisa Ismičić and Amer Tikveša held a lecture on "...
November 23, 2013
Svetlana Broz, director of NGO Gariwo, gave a lecture to more than 150 high scho...
November 22, 2013
At the invitation of the Mayor of Donostia/San Sebastian, Svetlana Broz , direct...
November 19, 2013
Graduates are familiar with concepts such as civil courage, civil disobedience, ...
November 15, 2013
For us, this was a very important moment because the students have shown that pe...
November 13, 2013
Amer Tikveša, PR director at the NGO Gariwo, and Melisa Ismičić director of t...
November 07, 2013
On the lecture entitled „Civil courage – the concept and examples" seniors h...
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.