Recommendations by FHRC regarding the Cuban visas status

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) states that: First.  Raúl Castro has the utmost duty to end this crisis by guaranteeing the security of American diplomats, as established by the Vienna Convention of 1961.  ...

THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT HAPPENED TO U.S. DIPLOMATS IN CUBA

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 ...

LET'S RECOVER CUBA

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 ...

Statement on the situation in Venezuela

The Venezuelan situation does not seem to end, the self-defeat disguised as constituent shows that Chavism is capable of anything. Not leaving any vestige of democracy is their pending task, although to do so they must ...

Alejandro Castro Espín: Cuba’s Cyberwar and Black Propaganda operations

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) denounces the growing use of digital tools of cyber warfare against the peaceful opposition and dissidence in Cuba and exile. As a sample button we may mention that, among many ...

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) is a 501c3 nongovernmental organization established to empower Cuban Civil Society in its struggle to build a free and democratic Cuba