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Prisioners of Conscience

This issue of the Cuba Europe Dialogue is dedicated to the 55 Prisoners of Conscience and Oscar Biscet González, who have remained incarcerated in deplorable conditions for over five years now for doing nothing more than exercising their civil rights. When they were arrested in March 2003, they became the latest examples of extreme injustice […] Read more

The Light Orphanhood

Symbol of the generation of independent reporters who work within the island thanks to the Internet, Yoani Sanchez gives us a chronicle of daily life in Havana after the departure of Fidel Castro. On February 24, a few hours after he assumed the presidency Raul Castro and having requested permission from the Cuban parliament to […] Read more

Secret Pacts

HAVANA, Cuba, (wwww.cubanet.org) – The Cuban government has recently promoted its decision to sign a series of pacts with the United Nations. The commitments covered are in areas as sensitive as can be – civil law, along with political, cultural and social rights. The most extraordinary thing about this event was that nothing has been […] Read more

Europe needs solidarity over Cuba

The time has come for the EU to help the people of Cuba, who we believe are currently suffering government oppression Five years ago, the European Union was on the verge of fulfilling one of the aspirations of the Velvet revolutions that swept across central and eastern Europe by expanding from 15 to 25 members […] Read more