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Search results for Organization Name: Cubalex
Project Country: Cuba
Project Region: Latin America & Caribbean
Project Focus: Human Rights
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All results totalling $399,945
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Project Title: Documenting and Reporting Human Rights Violations in Cuba
Organization Name: Cubalex
Project Region: Latin America & Caribbean
Project Country: Cuba
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To document and report human rights violations in Cuba. Working with civil society groups on the island, human rights violations will be documented according to international standards. Violations will be reported to international organizations and governments and advocacy will be carried out in support of greater respect for human rights and protection to victims in Cuba.
Year: 2017
Award Amount: $100,000
Project Title: Documenting and Reporting Human Rights Violations in Cuba
Organization Name: Cubalex
Project Region: Latin America & Caribbean
Project Country: Cuba
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To document and report human rights violations in Cuba. The organization will work with civil society groups on the island to document human rights violations according to international standards. Using this information, it will report on Cuba's human rights record to international organizations and governments, and advocate for greater respect for human rights and protection to victims in Cuba.
Year: 2019
Award Amount: $149,945
Project Title: Documenting and Reporting Human Rights Violations in Cuba
Organization Name: Cubalex
Project Region: Latin America & Caribbean
Project Country: Cuba
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To document and report human rights violations in Cuba. The organization will work with civil society groups on the island to document human rights violations according to international standards. Using this information, it will provide legal assistance to victims on the island, report on Cuba's human rights record to international organizations and governments, and advocate for greater respect for human rights and protection to victims in Cuba.
Year: 2020
Award Amount: $150,000