Learn about the priorities of The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba


Cuban Repressors

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.

Cultural Community Centers

Fostering tolerance and promoting intellectual interactions between Cubans with different backgrounds and perspectives.

Dignidad Movement

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:

Economic and Labor Rights

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

Citizen's Diplomacy

FHRC also regularly engages in typical “citizen diplomacy”  when it brings the issues of human rights violations in Cuba

Connect Cuba

To empower Cuban civil society with open, uncensored access to the Internet and the ability to communicate freely with each other and the world.

Who is Responsible for the U.S.-Cuba Diplomatic Crisis?

The decision of the United States to withdraw 60% of its diplomatic personnel in Havana is not a sanction against the Cuban Government, but a preventive measure in order to protect the physical integrity of its staff in the near future. Neither the temporary...


The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) believes that is our duty to denounce not only the abuses committed against Cuban citizens in the island, but also against foreigners, including the diplomatic corps. In that sense FHRC condemns, without any hesitation,...


We demand that the Cuban government refrain from taking advantage of this catastrophe by using its state monopoly on trade, customs and banking. The state should limit its donation efforts to other governments and multilateral organizations. The way in which the...