NGO Denounces Machista Attacks on Dissident Cuban Women

| 27/01/2022

“The fears of women activists for their lives and that of their children and family members is an effective mechanism for imposing censorship and removing women from the civic arena.”


Another Cuban Woman Locked Up for Political Activism

| 20/01/2022

Lazara Karenia Gonzalez, a 28-year-old woman, is still being held in detention after taking part in the July 11th protests in Cardenas.

Four Years of Forced Prison Labor for Cuban Protestor

| 01/11/2021

On October 25, 2021 Reyna Yacnara Barreto Batista was sentenced to 4 years of forced prison labor for the supposed crimes of public disorder and assault.

Sisters Threatened with Long Prison Sentences for Protesting

| 06/10/2021

Sisters have been in prison since July 15, 2021, after having taken part in the social uprising on July 11th in Placetas, Villa Clara.

Photography Book by Cuban Artist Gilda Perez

| 25/09/2021

Ediciones inCUBAdora have recently released the ebook Tiempo de fotografía, by Cuban artist Gilda Perez*, as part of its Documenta collection.

The “Exiles” Campaign: Scars of the Nicaraguan Crisis

| 01/06/2021

Three years after the crisis in Nicaragua exploded, the “People in Need” organization has unveiled a project they call the “Exiles Campaign”.

“The Cuban government must normalize relations with its citizens, as premise to normalize them with the world”

| 16/02/2021

Those of us who subscribe to this letter are members of different sectors of Cuban society, with different ideologies and political positions, but driven by the same desire for a democratic, prosperous Cuba that respects all rights of all its citizens.

“Push and get it out”: the dangers of delivering a baby in a country without humanizing childbirth

| 03/10/2020

In a country like Cuba, where the practice of humanizing childbirth is not yet implemented, the drastic reduction in the number of cesareans has unpredictable adverse effects.

Joint Statement from Organizations and the Media

| 15/06/2020

“These restrictions violate the provisions of Articles 8, 40, 41, 47, 54, and 228 of the Cuban Constitution and the international treaties ratified by the State, which are part of the national legal system and explicitly protect freedom of expression”.

Escolares formados en Cuba. Foto: Alberto Consuegra.

Cuban Women and the Challenges of Educating their Children

| 12/03/2019

Education starts at home, everybody knows that. Children begin to socialize at home, they learn their first language at home, their first manners and begin to learn about their country’s culture. Then, at school, they access a world of different and complex branches of knowledge, which is very likely (and natural) they won’t have access […]