Cuba: Professional Research Program for Professional Organizers
December 09, 2012 - December 19, 2012
Total due: November 10, 2012
Deposit: $** To apply for this program please follow the directions below and contact Marazul Charters. Do NOT click on the following link that says, “Click here to apply for this trip.”
Deposit due: November 01, 2012
This delegation will focus on how
Cuba engages its citizens into civic participation. Cubans are very active in
local community activities as well as national level organizations. If you are
an organizer that works to get people involved in your group or issue, then
travel with us to Cuba to learn how Cuban citizens are engaged in forming
community and social organizations to better their society.
Participants in this delegation will:
- Learn about women’s groups, faith
communities, agricultural cooperatives, youth organizations, political
participation, community health care, and labor unions in Cuba.
- Research Cuban national priorities, such as
- Investigate the effects of US policies on the
Cuban social service system
- Collaborate with organizers and social
service providers in rural and urban areas of Cuba.
Download Delegation Flyer
more information about legal travel to Cuba on this professional research
program, please contact Marazul Charters, Inc., (Luisa Sanchez, 201-319-1054, email@example.com) a licensed travel
service provider. This professional research program is for organizers who want
to conduct professional research on Cuba’s civic participation and community
and social organizations. Full-time professionals conducting a full work
schedule of noncommercial, academic research that has a substantial likelihood
of public dissemination and is in the traveler’s professional area are
authorized to travel to Cuba under a general license.
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Luisa Sanchez, Marazul Charters