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Costa Rica creates commission to address gender unemployment gap

In context of International Women's Day, Costa Rican leaders on Monday signed a decree to create a commission to address the country's unemployment gap. 

Costa Rica unemployment disproportionately impacts women

Unemployment in Costa Rica is at 19.1%, but the job loss provoked by the pandemic has predominantly impacted women.

A photo exhibit in Jacó connects with the “Divine Feminine”

The picture is part of a series called "Divine Feminine" that shines a light on insecurities and embracing yourself as an imperfect artwork.

The Tico Times Weekly Digest: March 11, 2019

International Women's Day, Vaso Lleno and talks in Nicaragua. These stories and more in this week's digest. Links to the stories below:

Stronger together: A feminist’s view on the 8M March in Costa Rica

This year the agreed upon slogan for #8M was Más juntas que nunca, meaning collectivity and togetherness would be at the very core of the women’s march.

What the Women’s March was really about in Costa Rica

To all those who disagree: I’m sorry you feel that way, but I’m not sorry about our movement. We will keep going until we get what we want. That’s what girls do.

Government condemns graffiti on church walls in Costa Rica

The graffiti was painted onto the Metropolitan Cathedral and a few other downtown San José churches.

PHOTOS: International Women’s Day March in San José, Costa Rica

"I was really impressed for the commitment. It's not a joyful day. It's a struggle," said photographer and participant Roberto Delgado Webb.

On Women’s Day, a former First Lady of Costa Rica nears a milestone

The documentary was screened before a sold-out crowd at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, DC.

Women: Do we want to stay alive?

"There’s no such thing as the weak sex. The moment to act is now."

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