Ley Mordaza – Gag Law
We run various sites in defense of human rights and need support to pay for more powerful servers. Thank you.
Comentarios

    health

    55 years of dogma

    55 years of dogma HILDEBRANDO CHAVIANO MONTES | La Habana | 9 Dic 2015 – 5:34 pm. Cuba is one of the countries holding the most celebrations every year. As part of its mission to create another history, in our country even debacles are celebrated as if they were victories, and the founding of different […] Continue reading

    Cuba: Human Rights at a glance

    Cuba: Human Rights at a glance 17 September 2015, 07:33 UTC Short-term arbitrary detention Peaceful demonstrators and human rights activists are routinely detained for exercising their rights to freedom of expression, association, assembly and movement. Activists are often detained to stop them from attending public demonstrations or private meetings. Independent journalists reporting on these detentions […] Continue reading

    Not Twelve, Seventeen / Miguel Iturria Savón

    Not Twelve, Seventeen / Miguel Iturria SavónMiguel Iturria Savón, Translator: Unstated Since the release of latest political prisoners from the repressive crackdown known as the Black Spring of 2003, foreign correspondents in Cuba cling to a mythical number twelve, referring to those who refused exile and stayed on the island, which is a half truth. […] Continue reading

    DECLARATION OF SANTIAGO

    DECLARATION OF SANTIAGO03-03-2011.Concilio Cubano(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- The Cuban people live in very difficult times. However, this is not news. For more than fifty years we have witnessed increasing poverty and the ongoing violation of our hum... Continue reading

    Cuban Government Continues to Stifle Dissent, Despite Assertions that Freedom of Expression is Respected, Says New Amnesty International Report

    Cuban Government Continues to Stifle Dissent, Despite Assertions that Freedom of Expression is Respected, Says New Amnesty International Report June 30, 2010 Cuba's government continues to stifle dissent through arbitrary arrests, surveillance, intimidation and harassment of journalists, dissidents and activists, despite recent assertions that freedom of expression is respected inside Cuba, Amnesty International said in […] Continue reading

    Restrictions to freedom of expression create climate of fear in Cuba

    Restrictions to freedom of expression create climate of fear in Cuba30 June 2010 Full report:http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/asset/AMR25/005/2010/en/62b9caf8-8407-4a08-90bb-b5e8339634fe/amr250052010en.pdf Cuba's repressive legal system has created a climate of fear among journalists, dissidents and activists, putting them at risk of arbitrary arrest and harassment by the authorities, Amnesty International said in a report released on Wednesday. The report Restrictions on […] Continue reading

    CUBAN POLITICAL PRISIONERS

    CUBAN POLITICAL PRISIONERS(38TH Annual Conference of the International Organization of Human Rights)2010-04-01.Rolf Beller, International Organization of Human Rights(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- ISHR Annual General Meeting – Year 2010 Since the seizure of power of the Castro brothers in the year 1959, the press was at first controlled and then censored so that work for journalists has always been […] Continue reading

    Cuba: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review: Fourth session of the UPR Working Group of the Human Rights Council, February 2009 Amnsety International

    Document – Cuba: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review: Fourthsession of the UPR Working Group of the Human Rights Council, February 2009 8 September 2008 Publicamnesty internationalCuba Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review Fourth session of the UPR Working Group of the Human Rights Council February 2009 Executive summary In this submission, Amnesty […] Continue reading

    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE IACHR 2007

    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE IACHR 2007CHAPTER IVCUBA I. COMPETENCE FOR OBSERVING AND EVALUATING THE HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN CUBA 84. The authority of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to observe the human rights situation in Cuba derives from the provisions of the OAS Charter, from the Commission's own Statute, and from its Rules of […] Continue reading

    Dr. José Luis García Paneque

    Dr. José Luis García Paneque Journalists' Association and independent journalist, local coordinator of the Varela Project, 24 year sentence Dr. José Luis García Paneque is a 42 year-old surgeon and independent journalist from Las Tunas, Cuba. He is married to Yamilé Llanes Labrada, a lawyer, and they have four children ranging in age from 9 […] Continue reading

    CUBAN PHYSICIAN, PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE, CONFINED WITH SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS SINCE FEBRUARY 2005

    CUBAN PHYSICIAN, PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE, CONFINED WITH SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS SINCE FEBRUARY 2005 Laida Carro *Coalición de Mujeres Cubano-AmericanasDistribuited by:Paul EchánizNew YorkUSALa Nueva CubaJune 27, 2007 DR. LUIS MILAN FERNÁNDEZ, prisoner of conscience since the Cuban government crackdown of March-April 2003, and a man who does not suffer from any emotional or mental problems, has been […] Continue reading

    WHAT CUBANS CAN NOT DO

    WHAT CUBANS CAN NOT DO2007-04-16. CUBA FACTS, Issue 31 – April 2007Cubans can not:• Travel abroad without government permission.• Change jobs without government permission.• Change residence without government permission.• Access the Internet without government permission (the Internet is closely monitored and controlled by the government. Only 1.67% of the population has access to the Internet). […] Continue reading

    IAPA 2006 Report on Cuba

    62nd General AssemblyMexico City, MexicoSeptember 29 to October 3, 2006Camino Real Hotel Reports and Resolutions CUBA Journalism is at an unprecedented crossroads in contemporary history. Forthe first time after 47 years of absolute control, Fidel Castro is not thenominal leader of Cuba. The temporary transfer of power from Fidel Castro to his brother, Gen. RaulCastro, […] Continue reading

    The Need For The Cuban Government To Liberate The Peaceful Political Prisoners

    The Need For The Cuban Government To Liberate The Peaceful Political Prisoners2006-11-23 Movimiento Cristiano Liberación Honorable Representatives of the Member States of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations: Considering: 1. That many citizens in Cuba have been imprisoned and condemned for political motives without having prepared or committed violent actions and that, in […] Continue reading

    IAPA Calls For Mass Editorials Urging Cuba To Free Journos By Mark Fitzgerald

    IAPA Calls For Mass Editorials Urging Cuba To Free Journos By Mark Fitzgerald Published: August 16, 2006 3:35 PM ET CHICAGO With Cuban President Fidel Castro apparently on the mend but still ceding power to his brother Raul, the Inter American Press Association (IAPA) says now is the time for newspapers around the hemisphere to […] Continue reading

    International Pen: Resolution on Cuba

    International Pen: Resolution on Cuba 2006-06-13 www.internationalpen.org.uk The Assembly of Delegates of International PEN, meeting at its 72nd International Congress in Berlin, Germany from 22nd to 28th MayDeeply concerned that the Cuban government continues to carry out an appalling policy of repression against writers, independent journalists and librarians – repression that has increased recently with […] Continue reading

    Journalists in prison in Cuba: 24

    Cuba (24) Alejandro Gonzáles Raga, freelanceImprisoned: March 18, 2003 González Raga, an independent freelance journalist based in central Camagüey province, was tried and convicted under Article 91 of the penal code, which imposes lengthy prison sentences or death for those who act against “the independence or the territorial integrity of the state.” In April 2003, […] Continue reading

    CUBAN DENTIST, A PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE IN CUBA, GRAVELY ILL,CLAIMS HE PREFERS TO DIE RATHER THAN RENOUNCE HIS IDEALS

    CUBAN DENTIST, A PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE IN CUBA, GRAVELY ILLCLAIMS HE PREFERS TO DIE RATHER THAN RENOUNCE HIS IDEALS CamagueyTestimony of Rebeca Rodriguez SautoTaped, transcribed, and translated into EnglishCoalition of Cuban-American WomenLaida Carro / Tanya WilderLa Nueva CubaApril 25, 2006 On April 18, 2006, Rebeca Rodriguez Sauto went to Kilo 7 Prison in the province […] Continue reading

    Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2005

    Cuba Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and LaborMarch 8, 2006 Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls all aspects of life through the Communist Party (CP) and its affiliated mass organizations, the […] Continue reading

    CUBA 2005 IAPA Report

    CUBA Cuban journalism is going through a painfully precarious time, worn down after 46 years of state control of the media, a violent escalation of repression against independent opinions and imprisoned journalists, and the authorities’ complete indifference to the people’s demands for information. The situation of two years ago of repression unleashed with a broad […] Continue reading

    Police cannot find file of ailing journalist held for past five months without trial

    Police cannot find file of ailing journalist held for past five months without trial Reporters Without Borders, December 20, 2005. Reporters Without Borders today condemned journalist Oscar Mario González Pérez’s continuing detention as “arbitrary and absurd” after the Havana police told his lawyer they could not find his file. González, who writes for the Grupo […] Continue reading