Learn about the priorities of The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba
The immediate objective of this project is to discourage people who participate in various ways in the repression of civil liberties and rights to distance themselves from those activities.
This initiative is aimed at supporting the movement of women of the same name (Dignity Movement ) that emerged on January 15, 2017 in claim of three things:
FHRC recognizes that all rights are interdependent and inalienable and therefore denounces not only the repression of the exercise of civil and political rights in Cuba but also the economic, social, labor and cultural rights
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As the date gets closer in which General Raúl Castro has promised to surrender his position as President (but not as First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party and supreme military commander), the economic and social crisis is worsening. Usually, in most normal...
For over ten years The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba established a program named "Connect Cuba" whose purpose fully coincide with the decision of the current Administration of the United States of creating a working group (Task Force) about this theme. The news...
Three Cuban Catholic priests issued a public letter to Raul Castro that can be considered the most forceful denunciation of the prevailing system on the island in recent years made by members of the clergy of the Catholic Church in Cuba. No priest of the Cuban...