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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.
I suggest that The Florida Bar invite Mora to the Annual Convention for a major address to the members, and that it name an annual award for him to be given to the member who demonstrates outstanding civil courage and upright behavior in his or her role as an attorney.
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.
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.