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Towards political literacy in Costa Rica: the story of ‘Animales Políticos’

Concern about increasing misinformation in Costa Rica led us to dedicate our September issue, “Infodemia”, to that topic. In the latest installment in our...

A mentor in the newsroom

Isn’t it lonely work, starting a media organization, striking out on an untested path? Not if you carry a mentor with you. Helen carries Laura. That’s...

Why regional media are the front lines in Costa Rica’s fake news battle

Second in a four-part series on Costa Rica's fight against fake news. With an infodemic raging in Costa Rica as it is around the world—that...

Misinformation in Central America: a perfect storm

Costa Rica shares its independence and bicentennial date (September 15th, 2021) with the other countries of Central America. Something else these neighbors have in...

At her daughter’s command

Motherhood claims us in different stages; there are so many ways a child can tug on our pant leg, sleeve, heart. In this case,...

Costa Rica’s fight against fake news

The woman looks at the camera. She is wearing a patterned headscarf and pink lipstick; leafy fronds wave to and fro in the background....

Welcome to ‘Infodemic’

What do fake news look like in Costa Rica? Have you ever seen it? Where? How did it reach you? What form did it...
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