Human Rights and
International Democratic Solidarity

Promotion of the Political Opening in Cuba


This project aims to carry out regional and international advocacy actions in favor of political pluralism, with special emphasis on the recognition and support of Cuban democratic colleagues. Cuba is central to CADAL. The more than six decades of existence of a single party regime in power and the criminalization of the exercise of fundamental freedoms make it a very important chapter within our organization.

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Reinaldo Escobar: «The worst thing for me, at this moment, is the lack of people’s rights»


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Václav Havel: international solidarity with Cuban democrats


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Hilda Landrove: «In Cuba, opponents are presented as criminals»


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Another possible wave of protests keeps the Cuban government awake


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Germany and human rights in Cuba: strong in Geneva, weak in Havana


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The Venezuelan diaspora and the Cuban example


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Václav Havel: international solidarity with Cuban democrats


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One Year after 9/11: Art and Resistance in Cuba


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Art and resistance in Cuba: the history of a citizen’s uprising


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Cuban activist Carolina Barrero visited the Southern Cone


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Cuban independent filmmaker Miguel Coyula participated in BAFICI


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Joint statement condemning the charges brought against Maykel “El Osorbo” Castillo Pérez and Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara


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Reinaldo Escobar: «The worst thing for me, at this moment, is the lack of people’s rights»


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Hilda Landrove: «In Cuba, opponents are presented as criminals»


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Andrea Sambuccetti: «It reflects the desperation that exists at this moment within Cuba»


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Cuban Latin Dialogue

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Award for Committed Diplomacy in Cuba

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Promotion of the Political Opening in Cuba