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Last Updated:1/22/07

Cuba Links

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Human Rights and/or Policy Organizations in the U.S.

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science (seek to promote freedom of thought and expression as a necessary foundation for scientific advancements)
  • Americas Global Foundation (work to train and develop Hispanics in the US and in Latin America, politically, economically and professionally)
  • Cato Institute (a center committed to individual liberty, limited government, free markets and peace)
  • Center for National Policy (a non-partisan NGO dedicated to offering policy alternatives that promote the public interest)
  • Cuban American Alliance (Cuban-Americans who educate the public about the hardships resulting from current US-Cuba relations)
  • Disarm Cuban Education Fund (committed to opposing the U.S. embargo against Cuba and alleviating the devastating effect of this policy on the health of the Cuban people)
  • The Heritage Foundation (conservative think tank with lots of research on foreign policy--search "cuba")
  • Human Rights Watch, Cuba (largest human rights organization based in the US; researchers conduct fact-finding investigations into human rights abuses in all regions of the world)
  • The Latin America Working Group (a site dedicated to promoting human rights, democracy, and social and economic justice in Cuba and the rest of Latin America)
  • The Lexington Institute (conduct research and analysis of Cuba's economy and U.S.-Cuba relations)
  • Oxfam America (international development and relief agency organization that fights poverty and hunger)
  • USA-Cuba-InfoMed (dedicated to the support of public health development in the third world and the Republic of Cuba)
  • Washington Office on Latin America (a site dedicated to promoting human rights, democracy, and social and economic justice in Cuba and the rest of Latin America)
  • Witness for Peace (grassroots organization committed to changing US policies and corporate practices which contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America and the Caribbean)
Business and Trade
  • Alamar Associates (consults with US corporations, organizations, and media outlets interested in pursuing business in and with Cuba)
  • Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (non-political organization devoted to the study of the Cuban economy)
  • Cuba News (newsletter on Cuba focusing on current events and business opportunities)
  • Cuban Agriculture (University of Florida site with information regarding Cuba's agricultural properties)
  • Giraldilla (non-partisan consulting group which serves as a resource for trade and policy information about Cuba)
  • U.S - Cuba Trade Association (works on behalf of it's US business members to expand and increase the potential for future business between the United States and Cuba)
  • U.S. Cuba Trade and Economic Council (aims to open US/Cuban trade with the goal of American economic benefit)
  • USA Engage (promotes responsible alternatives to sanctions that advance US humanitarian and foreign policy goals)
Culture and the Arts
  • AfroCubaWeb (site about Afro-Cuban artists, including the latest conferences, exhibits, festivals, music, dance, and film)
  • Cuba Absolutely (An independent magazine about Cuba with interesting features and extensive business, cultural and travel information.)
  • Cuba Art Space (promoting cuba artists and cultural exchange; collection samples, exhibit information, art for sale, etc.)
  • Cuban Baseball (official homepage for Cuban Baseball; includes history, teams etc.)
  • Cuban Culture (a site with a wide variety of cultural resources: dance, music, painting, holidays, food, drink etc)
  • Cubania (site devoted to cultural and performing arts)
  • Habana Elegante [En español] (Cuban literary e-magazine)

Exchange Programs

Note: Due to OFAC's new restrictions on academic travel to Cuba in June of 2004, many exchange programs to Cuba have currently been suspended. Please see CIP's ECDET page to learn more about these new changes and what you can do about them.

News Agencies

Cuban Web Sites
Health Information
  • Cuba Infomed [En español] (A Cuban Governmental webpage with extensive health information)
  • Disarm Cuba Medical Program (attempt to lessen the health affects of the embargo on the Cuban people by delivering medical supplies and humanitarian aid to Cuba)
  • Latin American School of Medicine [En español] (located in Havana; includes information about courses offered and how to apply)
  • U.S./Cuba Infomed (a U.S. NGO and Cuban effort to increase medical technology and supplies to Cuba)
Religious Organizations
U.S. Legislation and Government




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