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Costa Rica Government Acknowledges Errors in Tourism Guide

At the request of the Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado, the Government offers an apology to all women in the country for the...

Tourism Board program promotes women’s safety when traveling

The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) last week launched the SOFIA Network, a program designed to promote gender equity in the tourism industry.

Costa Rican named to World Trade Organization deputy leader role

Gonzalez is a former foreign trade minister who also served as a senior director at the World Bank and as director of the agriculture and commodities division at the WTO.

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.

Environmental efforts send Costa Rica to top of Human Development Index in Latin America

Costa Rica climbed in the Human Development Index (HDI) in 2020.

Women march in Central America to demand a stop to gender violence

Hundreds of women marched Monday in different countries through Central America, the region that exhibits the highest rates of femicides.

Desamparados women’s group wins EU Gender Equality prize

The aim of the prize is to recognise a person or group of people that have made distinguished work in the field of women’s rights.

Demonstrators march against gender violence: ‘If you are in a relationship and in love, it’s difficult to see that something is wrong’

Demonstrators gathered this weekend to raise awareness about cases of violence against women in Costa Rica.

On two coasts, communities mourn tourists’ deaths in Costa Rica

In Santa Teresa, on the west side of the Nicoya Peninsula, residents asked for increased police presence.

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