The Latin American Federation of Rural Women (FLAMUR) believes that “access to information of the Cuban people is vital to their empowerment and freedom.” To achieve this goal FLAMUR has launched an “internet without internet” campaign, in which they are looking to connect Cuban citizens with offline content, as most people in Cuba do not have access to the open internet.
According to FLAMUR’S recent blog post, “with the internet without internet campaign people can have access to books, journals, information about market economy, leadership, technology, websites and various international television programs.”
The campaign “internet without internet” is a way for ordinary citizens to access a free flow of uncensored information.
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