- Freedom to all political prisoners in Cuba
- Freedom to enter and exit the country
- Freedom to access Internet
For more information about Human Rights Violations in Cuba see - Anmesty International Report on Cuba
Cuba: Five Years Too Many, New Government Must Release Jailed Dissidents
Prisoner of Conscience in Cuba: LIST
Cuba: General Information on Human Rights Violations and Reports from Anmesty International
THE CUBAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT
Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet in a gesture of great courage shouts 'Long Live Human Rights!" in front of the police and a large crowd at the time of his arrest in Havana City the Spring of 2003. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison for defending Human Rights
These photos correspond to the Ladies in White/Las Damas de Blanco - a movement of brave and honest cuban women who are wives, daughters, mothers and relatives of political prisoners in a brave manifestations in pro of the release of all political prisoners in Havana
Dr. Darsi Ferrer, his wife and a group of dissidents marching through a Park in Havana demanding freedom for Cuba and an end to government discriminations against nationals at the Human Rights Day in Dec 10, 2008
This is a hankerchief written from a Cuban prison by political prisoners
CHILDREN OF POLITICAL PRISONERS
Giordano G. Gonzalez holds a picture of her mother Adianes Jordan imprisoned for her political ideas.
Child prostitution is one of the most detestable realities of cuban society today.
A picture of a Cuban child murdered by the Cuban regime in the 13 March Tugboat Massacre in 1994.