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Teaching French as a second language in Costa Rica.

Each year, our December edition, Rearview, looks back on our previous reporting to follow up on the people, places, stories, and solutions that have...

Online payment processing in Costa Rica: what small business owners need to know

Do you have a business that’s ready to sell online? What do you need to know in order to set up online payment processing?...

My teacher: crazy about theater

One day, I sat with my dear teacher. His name is Fernando Thiel, but we all call him Profe Loco, or “Crazy Teacher.” He...

HIV and mental health in Costa Rica: read (or listen) to the full series

This longform series about HIV and mental health in Costa Rica, published in four parts, was supported by the Internews Health Journalism Network. Learn...

El Colectivo 506 series on HIV wins global reporting prize

On October 12th, the Internews Health Journalism Network announced that El Colectivo 506 co-founder Katherine Stanley Obando’s four-part series on HIV in Costa Rica,...

‘I felt that I had no right to be alive’

Sofia* is 27 years old. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was transmitted to her when she was born, in Nicaragua. However, she says that her...

‘Without HIV, I would have been just another addict’

Miguel is 46 years old, and he is very aware of that fact. He’s asked, what gives you confidence that you will be able...

‘They say I came here for death with dignity’

Alonso* is 35 years old and the father of two teenage children. He is from San Sebastián, in southern San José. He is sitting...

HIV in Costa Rica, part 4: Alonso rises

Nervous? No question. Alonso* fidgets, both physically and verbally, as he shares the story of his life. He peppers his language over and over...

HIV in Costa Rica, part 2: Sofía comes out of her shell

Sofía is angry about the rampant misinformation about HIV that, as she looks back over her life, has made her feel so alone. (Read...
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What to consider when creating a journalism hiring policy

At El Colectivo 506, Costa Rica’s national solutions journalism organization, has decided to create and share our new hiring policy openly in hopes of...
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