Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Academic Study in and Travel to Cuba

Late Sunday night just before bed I was clearing out one of my inboxes and there were several Google Alerts that were talking to Cuba and then Monday there was much more in the E-World about U.S. citizens traveling to (and studying in) Cuba so I thought I would post to IHEC Blog about it.

I'm starting another busy period with my dissertation so this (and probably many more IHEC Blog posts) will simply provide links to information about recent developments pertaining to travel and study in Cuba.

Travel is Not a Favor to the Cuban Regime (NAFSA blog post by Victor C. Johnson)

Letter by NAFSA: Association of International Educators and The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), together with twelve other organizations sent a letter to President Obama, urging him to remove travel restrictions (snippet from above mentioned blog post)

Coalition Letter Urges President Obama to Ease Cuba Travel Restrictions (NAFSA Press Release)

Nuances of People to People Travel Licenses (Right to Travel to Cuba blog post)

Tell Congress: Restore The Right to Travel to Cuba (Change.org petition started by the Latin American Working Group)

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