• July 23, 2014

    Nerzuk Ćurak: For What Young People Need Civil Courage

    Nerzuk Ćurak, professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo, spoke today to participants of the School of Civil Courage for what young people need civil courage. He pointed out that the long-term persistence in peacebuilding is civil courage in itself, because nonviolence requires the utmost courage.

  • July 23, 2014

    Esad Kočan: A Society that Does Not Conduct to Dialogue in It Self It Does Not Exist as a Society

    Esad Kočan during his workshop Role of the Media in the Production and Promotion of Civil Courage and Vassalage met the participants with the good and bad sides of the journalistic profession.

  • July 23, 2014

    Melisa Kapić: To Gain Something, You Have to Lose Something

    Sixth day of the School began with the workshop led by Melisa Kapić, director of the School of Civil Courage and Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award laureate.

  • July 23, 2014

    Two Theater Performances about Civil Courage

    On the workshop named Our Theater Performances, led by Admir Šehović, students were divided into two groups. One group has treated problems od Roma people and other treated problem of abusing of women.

  • July 23, 2014

    Boban Stojanović: To Live Your Own Life

    Boban Stojanović, as one of the top rated speakers at last year's School of Civil Courage, this year also was our guest. As part of his workshop entitled Moral Courage in Recognizing and Understanding of Sexual and Gender Minorities and in Supporting of Their Rights he has talked about his activism.

  • July 23, 2014

    Višnja Marilović: From passivity to Whistleblower

    Višnja Marilović, Duško Kondor Civil Courage Award laureatefor the 2014th year, spoke today at the School of Civil Courage on the theme Do Civil Servants Need Civil Courage?

  • July 20, 2014

    The End of the Third Day in the School of Civil Courage

    Work on the theater play is resumed on the third day of the School of Civil Courage. The story is completed and the roles are divided. It is started with the actors' rehearsals.

  • July 20, 2014

    Two Workshops Led by Muhamed Fazlagić

    Muhamed Fazlagić, a doctoral candidate at the University of Louisville, has held two workshops at the School of Civil Courage. The first workshop was Moral Courage in Breaking Prejudices and Stereotypes

  • July 20, 2014

    The end of the Second Day of the School

    On the second day of School of Civil Courage the work on theater performance, which will be performed at the end of the seminar by School’s participants, is continued. Themes are concretized, problems are identified, and participants started with the work on the preparation of the text. They are divided in three groups and treated the problems of vulnerable minorities: Roma, LGBT population and women.

  • July 20, 2014

    Two Workshops Led by Amer Tikveša

    Amer Tikveša, PR director of NGO Gariwo, held two workshops: “How to Fight against the Abuse of Authority” and “Religion and Moral/Civic Courage”.

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