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Cuba’s Javier Cabrera on the Impact of the US Blockade of Cuba’s Economic, Social and Environmental Programs
July 14 @ 2:00 pm
Javier Cabrera will discuss Cuba’s changing economic development program, its community health care program, and its programs to combat climate change.
He will explain how the US blockade of Cuba, begun in 1961, and condemned on a yearly basis by overwhelming UN vote, interferes in Cuba’s ability to carry out these programs. There will be ample time for extended Q&A with the audience.
Sunday July 14, 2pm
Chicago Public Library, Sulzer Branch
4455 N. Lincoln Ave
- Professor, University of Havana, Center for Public Administration Studies (CEAP)
- Independent Writer of the UNEAC (National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba)
- Coordinator of the Public Administration Network of the University of Havana
- Vice President of the International University Network of Studies and Research in Population, Environment and Sustainable Local Development (www.iunetwork.org),
- Coordinator of Environment and Sustainability of the University Network Iberoamericana de Territorio y Movilidad (RUITEM).
Master in Teaching Methodology (1980) Pedagogical University for Technical and Professional Education
Ph.D. in Pedagogical Sciences, specializing in Environmental Education (1989), Pedagogical University, Moscow
Postgraduate Specialization in Ecological Economics (1994), United Nations University
Research stays and postdoctoral studies in topics related to public health, environmental management and community participation:
- University of Havana
- University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
- University Autónoma de Madrid
- Polytechnic University of Catalonia
- University of Carlenton, Canada
- Metropolitan University of London
- University of California Los Angeles
- University of Puerto Rico
- University of Costa Rica.
Sponsors and endorsers: Chicago ALBA Solidarity, US Peace Council (Chicago), Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice, Chicago Antiwar Coalition (CAWC), Evanston Neighbors for Peace
For more info: Stan Smith 773-322-3168, firstname.lastname@example.org