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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"The human being, when free, is able to be creative, to work more, to study more, to procreate, to live ... Cuba is totally wrong [...] People do not want to work, are not motivated to study, or participate in anything. " - A 44-year-old Cuban hairdresser...
The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) is once again participating in Give Miami Day, where select Miami nonprofits will benefit from the Greater Miami community's growing generosity on one specific day of online giving. The digital event will take place on:...
The dictatorship of Raúl Castro continues to complicate and worsen the political crisis caused by the acoustic attack against US diplomats in Havana. The government of Cuba insists that it is not responsible for anything and have found nothing at all on this matter....