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Rearview 2022

A conversation with Costa Rica’s first certified mermaid

If you’re as new to this topic as I was before talking to Madelline Sánchez, let me first assure you: yes. It’s a thing....

Podcast in Spanish: For these rural Costa Rican communities, the solution to forest fires comes from within

In our final longform of 2022, we’re proud to present our first longform story created for audio. We talk to two women who have...

Podcast in Spanish: From cattle fields to packed stadiums: the women who transformed Costa Rican soccer

Mónica Quesada Cordero reads Alejandro Zúñiga’s story from our November 2021 edition, “Tenacious,” focused on non-traditional professional sports in Costa Rica. This piece showcases...

Can Costa Rican municipalities safeguard caregivers’ mental health?

“Mom, don’t do that. Mom, make sure you don’t fall down. Mom, you ok over there?” Psychologist Giselle Chanto is trying to show me how...

Just in Time for the Holidays: Arts and craft fair takes over Atenas

Every community has distinctive features that set it apart from its neighbors and are a source of local pride. Sometimes these are natural features,...

Have communities kept learning from their past emergencies?

Deadline, a contest based at the University of Costa Rica, challenges journalism students to create a story for publication in a Costa Rican outlet—for...

The power of looking back

On November 30, we held our annual virtual newsroom meeting with our community at El Colectivo 506. Katherine and I loved this conversation with...
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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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