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Afro-descendantCuba
OAS General Assembly: Race and Equality to dialogue with civil society and experts on racial discrimination, gender-based violence and hemispheric security

The events will be attended by special rapporteurs from the IACHR and the United Nations, Afro-descendant activists, LGBTI+ population, and women's and land rights defenders.

Nicaragua
Mother’s Day in Nicaragua: The International Community Must Amplify its Cry for Justice

May 30th marks Mother’s Day in Nicaragua, a day that should represent happiness and peace, but in this Central American country it is marked by mourning and pain. We...

LGBTI
IDAHOBIT: Celebrating the most recent advancements in the struggle of LGBTI+ persons

Washington D.C., May 17, 2024 -. “No One Left Behind: Equality, Freedom, and Justice for All” is the global theme for May 17, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia,...

LGBTICuba
Five years after 11M in Cuba: LGBTI+ activism, stories of repression, jail, and forced exile

On the occasion of the commemoration of the conga against homophobia and transphobia on May 11, 2019, which ended with dozens of people arbitrarily detained and besieged, we speak...

Human rightsCuba
Cuba and Nicaragua: countries where independent journalism is a crime

On World Press Freedom Day, we demand that Cuban and Nicaraguan authorities respect independent journalism, without resorting to violence and repression against those who practice this profession. Washington D.C.,...

LGBTI
Lesbian Visibility: a look into the strength and public presence of lesbians

The determination and strength of lesbians to make themselves visible, take a stand, and occupy public spaces has created a possible path toward the recognition of their human rights.

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