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The announcement that the Cuban government invited former President Jimmy Carter to Cuba could lead to the release of imprisoned U.S.

The European Union Council’s declaration this week on Cuba showed encouraging signs that concern for human rights and democracy will be part of the renewed political dialogue between the two sides.

Freedom House welcomes renewed discussion of Cuba's readmission as a participating member of the Organization of American States and calls on the OAS to provide a roadmap for Cuba’s full reintegration into the Inter-American system.

Freedom House strongly urges United Nations members to restore credibility to the body’s Human Rights Council tomorrow by rejecting countries that do not uphold basic standards for human rights.
A new Senate bill that would remove the ban on American citizen travel to Cuba would be an important contribution to U.S. policy to promote democratic reform in Havana.
Freedom House calls on the Cuban government to release all political prisoners, including 55 activists and independent journalists who were arrested in the Black Spring crackdown on this day six years ago.
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