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The International Institute for the Study of Cuba is an initiative by a team of UK located academics, specialists and consultants with the object of providing an in-depth and focused appraisal of the Cuban “Social Experience."

The Institute is a membership association, open to all who share the aims and objectives. Our primary goal is to support and ensure the continued publication of the International Journal of Cuban Studies and to organise educational and academic events that disseminate research on Cuba, in particular its history, culture and scientific achievements.

Money raised by the IISC goes to pay the expenses of providing the editorial content of the journal.


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Latest News

Cuba Summit, Washington DC, 3 Dec., 2015

Recent changes in Cuba's foreign investment law and a shift in US-Cuban relations have opened up new opportunities for American companies interested in doing business there. Our first Cuba Summit in the US will explore these opportunities, as well as the challenges facing new entrants into the Cuban market.

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Public seminar: The market as master or servant? Cuba’s attempt at a new ‘middle way’

In this paper, Dr Wilkinson examines the problems of the Cuba's centrally planned economy from the point of view of the classical liberal economists, Freidrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises, and argues that they would see the recent policy changes as a tacit admission that Cuba's command economy is a failure. However, they would also warn the Cuban government that by hanging on to an interventionist role, this bold new experiment is doomed to fail as well.

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Public Seminar and Book Launch: Cuba’s Cultural Policy

JOIN Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, author of the new book: To Defend the Revolution Is to Defend Culture: The Cultural Policy of the Cuban Revolution, for an evening of discussion and debate about the achievements of the Cuban revolution ion the cultural sphere.

Travel to Cuba with the IISC: Medical study tour October 2015

BEGUILING Cuba and its world-renowned Health Service is the focus of this professional study tour organised by the International Institute for the Study of Cuba in conjunction with the Cuban Ministry of Public Health and Old Havana Ltd. (ATOL. 9627)

Book launch and seminar- Roots and Flowers: The Life and Work of the Afro-Cuban Librarian Marta Terry González

Authors Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams will talk about their new book, which introduces readers to 1) the role of Afro-Cubans in Cuban history and culture, particularly in the 20th century, and 2) librarianship in the context of the Cuban revolution. Considering these two related subjects through the life and work of Marta Terry, Cuba will serve as an example for other Africans in the Americas and for all library workers in times of social change.

Public seminar: “NO ES FACIL”: EVERYDAY LIFE IN CUBAN SOCIETY DURING THE SPECIAL PERIOD

This “No es Facil” Special Period seminar brings together a range of academics from different disciplines, all experts on Cuba, who will discuss the issues faced by ordinary Cuban citizens who, for well over a decade, courageously attempted to navigate their way though such a hostile economy.