Cuba Civil Society Leaders Visit U.S. Policymakers

On Friday, April 21, a pastor of the Apostolic Movement of Cuba, Rev. Yiorvis Bravo from Camagüey, Cuba, visited with Foundation lawyers on Capitol Hill to discuss the latest on the Apostolic Movement's struggle against Cuba's religious police, the Office of Religious Affairs. "While we were overjoyed that we could finally visit with Rev. Bravo in a … Continue reading Cuba Civil Society Leaders Visit U.S. Policymakers

Radio Martí: Petition for Precautionary Measures Filed Before OAS

Wednesday, 27 May 2015 In a radio interview with Radio Martí news, Jason Poblete discuses a request for precautionary measures that was deposited on May 20, 2015 with the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights on behalf of the Apostolic Movement in Cuba and its leader, Reverend Yiorvis Bravo Denis. The case centers around a long-term dispute with Cuban government … Continue reading Radio Martí: Petition for Precautionary Measures Filed Before OAS

Cuban Government Maintains Campaign Against Property Rights, Religious Liberty

Monday, 29 June 2015 Radio Marti released a follow up report on June 26 discussing the current status of a request for precautionary measures that was submitted by Poblete Tamargo LLP on May 20th to the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights on behalf of Reverend Yiorvis Bravo Denis and the Apostolic Movement in Cuba. Despite the submission of the … Continue reading Cuban Government Maintains Campaign Against Property Rights, Religious Liberty

Cuba Pastor Continues to Fight Property Expropriation

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based NGO with offices in the United States, published an update on an ongoing effort to help Cuban families stay in their homes and worship free from government intereference: Two years after government orchestrated mobs to target his home, Reverend Yiorvis Bravo is renewing his call to the Cuban government to recognise … Continue reading Cuba Pastor Continues to Fight Property Expropriation

USCIRF On Religious Freedom in Cuba

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has released it’s annual reports on the state of Religious Freedom throughout the globe. Countries are broken into three categories, Tier 1, Tier 2 and Other countries of interest based on the level of concern for religious liberties. Cuba is considered a Tier 2 country, along … Continue reading USCIRF On Religious Freedom in Cuba

UK NGO: Cuba Pastor Continues to Fight Property Expropriation

Chrisitan Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based NGO with offices in the United States, published an update on an ongoing effort to help Cuban families stay in their homes and worship free from government intereference: Two years after government orchestrated mobs to target his home, Reverend Yiorvis Bravo is renewing his call to the Cuban government to recognise … Continue reading UK NGO: Cuba Pastor Continues to Fight Property Expropriation

Cuban Government Maintains Campaign Against Property Rights, Religious Liberty

Radio Marti released a follow up report on June 26 discussing the current status of a request for precautionary measures that was submitted by Poblete Tamargo LLP on May 20th to the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights on behalf of Reverend Yiorvis Bravo Denis and the Apostolic Movement in Cuba. Despite the submission of the precautionary measures, Cuban authorities … Continue reading Cuban Government Maintains Campaign Against Property Rights, Religious Liberty