Ecuador Congratulated by Advances in Fighting Discrimination PDF Print E-mail

2 Geneva, Aug 8.- Experts from the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination congratulated Ecuador for its progress in this area in recent years, said today the minister of Heritage Coordinator, Maria Fernanda Espinosa in Geneva. In an interview to Prensa Latina, the Espinosa said the panel of 18 specialists welcomed the Ecuadorian initiative to have a multinational plan

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In Human Rights Council, Cuba Reaffirms Fight against Racism

1 Geneva, Mar 4. -In the UN Human Rights Council, Cuba praised the celebration of the International Year of Afro-Descendants, but said progress was still far from the goals of the Durban Conference. In remarks to the 16th session of the council, Cuban delegate Luis Alberto Amoros stated that Durban marked a milestone in the struggle for equal rights among

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Cuban First Vice President Analyzes Labor Restructuring

3 Havana, Feb 13. – Cuba''s First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura assessed the progress of the labor restructuring program and the role of workers' unions in this process. Addressing the national plenary session of the Central Workers Organization of Cuba (CTC) held over the weekend, Machado Ventura insisted on the need for better training of union leaders, the

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