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Cuban artist Dunieski Lora Pileta poses next to one of the statues by the sculptor Luise Kimme, who made Pileta the custodian of her museum. (Photo: IWPR)
25 Jun 18
How leaving the island allowed an artist to unleash his creativity.
A pro-revolution demonstration in Havana. (Photo: Yariel Valdes)
13 Jun 18
The revolution was supposed to bring equality for women but the reality is very different.
Although Raul Castro is stepping down as Cuba's leader, this is no victory for democracy. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Comment
17 Apr 18
Despite elections, real political change remains as far away as ever.
Panel at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum held in Mexico City, November 2017. (Photo: IWPR)
Video
25 Jan 18
Conference hears how writers who reject the state-controlled press face harsh consequences.
A street in Havana, Cuba’s capital city. (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images)
Comment
18 Aug 17
Many citizens appear paralyzed in the face of so many confusing choices.
Ernesto Che Trinidad plays for Cibao in Dominican Republic. (Photo: IWPR)
Video
4 Jul 17
Despite massive investment, football is yet to truly take off in the region.
Farid Scoon, a Trinidadian immigration lawyer. (Still from video by IWPR)
Video
8 Jun 17
Hundreds living in Trinidad and Tobago face an uncertain future.
(L to R) Carla Colomé, 26, reporter and editor from El Estornudo; Marita Pérez Díaz, 27, journalist and eco-editor of OnCuba Magazine; and Elaine Díaz, 31, director of Periodismo de Barrio. (Photo: Vera Penêda)
Video
8 Jun 17
Writers are making the most of online opportunities.
Frank Correra, a Cuban writer and journalist. (Photo: IWPR)
15 Oct 16
Locals note gradual move away from highly politicised dissent towards more professional standards.
Namibia Flores. (Photo: Vice Sports)
23 Aug 16
It’s too late for the 2016 Olympics, but hope remains that the sport will be officially accepted.

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