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    Posted on October 1st, 2012

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    CAP’s Raynier Ureña on Humanism

    Raynier Ureña is a member of CAP and former webmaster of our website. He has worked with the well known group Habitat for Humanity in Costa Rica. Here he contributes the first publication in his personal blog To Think is Humanism. In it he defends indigneous territories for its people and its natural gifts. The […]

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    Posted on June 22nd, 2012

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    Why an Arms Control Treaty is Necessary

    This article was written by Olive Branch, a a collective name for Womens International League for Peace and Freedom. It was sent in by Mitzi Stark who has worked in Costa Rica for peace, for 40 years, in WILPF, CAP and locally in Alajuela. She is known for her column in the Tico Times about […]

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    Posted on July 31st, 2011

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    Costa Rica bans depleted uranium weapons

    Landmark domestic legislation makes Costa Rica the second country to pass a national ban On April 27th, the Congress of Costa Rica passed a law prohibiting uranium weapons in its territories, becoming the second country in the world to do so, following the passage of a domestic ban in Belgium in 2007. The law prohibits […]

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    Posted on July 31st, 2011

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    NAKBA, the Catastrophe

    Our committee commemorated the day that Israel was created , May 15, l948 by visiting the Asamblea Legislativa and taking each congressperson an information pack. This is the first time a Palestinian point of view has ever been taken into account in a public way to the Costa Rican congress, where we found at least […]

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    Posted on July 31st, 2011

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    Threats to Peace: The Militarization of Costa Rica

    By Carol Marujo Costa Ricans are proud of their history of avoiding war and living in peace. By presidential decree, Costa Rica disbanded its military on December 1, 1948, following a brief civil war. The Constitution of 1949 prohibited the formation of a standing army and required neutrality in international conflicts. Abolition Day is celebrated as […]

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    Posted on July 31st, 2011

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    Honduras

    Peace Watch responded to the 2009 military coup d’etat in Honduras by sending a delegation of observers to the country to witness conditions and meet with Hondurans. Later, as refugees, who were fleeing to escape torture and death, came to Costa Rica, the Peace Center began working with the United High Commission for Refugees to […]

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    Posted on March 23rd, 2011

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    Costa Rica bans Uranium Weapons

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