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The rise of the #metoo movement through the eyes of two Costa Rican teenage girls

As two 14-year-old Costa Rican teenage girls, we are often stared at or followed by men when we walk down the street, and this makes us feel uncomfortable and unsafe. This has to change.

Students declare ‘state of emergency’ due to sexual harassment at Costa Rican universities

Students reported an alarming increase in cases of sexual harassment at institutions of higher education.

Vaso Lleno hosting event for sexual abuse survivors

The event, called Reconstruí tu historia (Rebuild your story) will be held Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Selina CoWork in Barrio Otoya, San José. 

Vaso Lleno opens the door, hundreds of stories of sexual abuse pour in

Vaso Lleno is a project hoping to raise awareness on mental health by creating a space for people to share their stories.

Why Now: Oscar Arias accusers explain why they waited to come forward       

Each woman has answered a question that often circles around survivors who come forward with an alleged assault years after it occurred: “Why now?”

The Tico Times and #MeToo in Costa Rica

The #MeToo movement came to Costa Rica last week and it came in one of the biggest ways possible.

Arias and second Costa Rican politician reportedly accused of additional sexual crimes

Costa Rica's sudden introduction to the #MeToo movement is not showing signs of slowing down.

Óscar Arias visits prosecutor’s office, declines specific comments on allegations

Arias briefly spoke to assembled media but declined to comment specifically on the two criminal complaints that were filed in Costa Rica's judicial system last week.

The Tico Times Weekly Digest: Feb. 11, 2019

In this week's digest, we look at how the #MeToo movement came to Costa Rica last week. Advisory: Explicit details of alleged sexual assault

Former Tico Times publisher recalls Daly’s account of Arias misconduct

Emma Daly was a reporter with The Tico Times in 1990 when she alleges Óscar Arias, then serving his first term as Costa Rica’s president, groped her.

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