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The new direction of Cuba carries the Mambí and rebel heritage

Raúl Castro and Miguel Díaz-Canel upon their arrival in the room where the IX Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power was constituted. Photo: ACN
"The direction of the State - said our Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz - is a very difficult thing. It is much easier to run a guerrilla, organize an army, lead an army and win a war; it is even easier to combine all the factors, develop a revolutionary strategy, see a possibility and carry it out; the political task itself and the military task is easier than the task of the state leadership. "

Would you like to do the honors?

When each Cuban manages to eradicate this behavior, we will be in the presence of a collective environmental conscience. Photo: Cubadebate
It is necessary to create a sense of belonging to the environment, in such a way that we protect it as we preserve our most precious objects, the home, our own life

Unite every day against violence

“There are three campaigns in Cuba: “You are More”, a national campaign, boosted by the Oscar Arnulfo Romero Center, which is an ecumenical NGO and the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC). There’s also the “Unite Cuba” campaign under the message I say No to Violence against Women, as well as,the initiative of the “UNITE” Community Sociocultural Project, jointly with the Federation of Cuban Women and other organizations and bodies.Photo: Prensa latina
The intension of Cuban artists who have decided to join this initiative goes much further beyond although the call is to celebrate sixteen days of social activism against gender violence

Human Rights Day

Every year the world commemorates Human Rights Day on December 10, the date on which, in 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, thus giving birth to the event. Photo: Radio Mayabeque
Every year the world commemorates Human Rights Day on December 10, the date on which, in 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, thus giving birth to the event.