By FHR Cuba - 02 July, 2019

Is Cuba a Democracy or Dictatorship? A Modern Analysis

On April 2018, Miguel Díaz-Canel became Cuba’s new president after six decades of oppressive rule by the Castro family, but it is still politics as usual on the...

By FHRC - 19 June, 2019

How FHR Cuba Connects Citizens by Helping them Bypass Government Censors

Cuba continues to limit freedom of the press and is one of the most oppressive governments in the entire world. Internet access is not readily available to the...

By FHRC - 17 June, 2019

Growing the Seeds of Free Enterprise in Cuba's Economy

The Cuban economy continues to struggle due to the many restrictions by the state-controlled government. The failure of the long-standing Communist regime to...

By FHR Cuba - 14 June, 2019

More Technology, Less Access: A History of Censorship by the Cuban Regime

Technology continues to evolve rapidly, yet Cuban citizens are still mostly unable to freely access information on the internet due to government censorship....

By FHRC - 12 June, 2019

How FHRC is Fighting Repression and Defending Human Rights in Cuba

The Cuban government continues to limit the freedom of its citizens and repress fundamental human rights on a daily basis. Ordinary citizens live in fear of being...

By FHR Cuba - 03 June, 2019

FHRC & CONNECT CUBA: AN IMPORTANT VICTORY OVER CENSORSHIP AND TECHNOLOGICAL BACKWARDNESS.

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) – especially its Connect Cuba program – rejoices in the victory that thousands of Cubans have just achieved over the...