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Luis Diego Molina

I`m Costa Rican. I am 20 years old and I study Colective Comunication Science at the Universidad de Costa Rica (Costa Rica University, UCR). I`m interested in the emphasis of journalism and audiovisual production of my carrer. I`m the editor of the citizen journalism website Habla Costa Rica (http://hablacostarica.com/) which intends that the citizens inform by themselves in our site. In this proyect I`m working whit Adriana Vargas and Saray Mora.

Soy costarricense, tengo 20 años y estudio Ciencias de la Comunicación Colectiva en la Universidad de Costa Rica, me interesa enfatizar mi carrera en periodismo y en producción audiovisual. Soy el editor del sitio de periodismo ciudadano Habla Costa Rica http://hablacostarica.com/ que busca que sean los usuarios quienes informen, en el cual trabajo con Adriana Vargas y Saray Mora.

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Latest posts by Luis Diego Molina

1 April 2010

Costa Rica: Examining State's Relationship With Church Amidst Controversy

Amidst the global controversy in the Roman Catholic Church involving child sexual abuse by priests, Costa Rican bloggers are examining the relationships their government has with the Church, in a...

1 March 2010

Costa Rica: Granting Rights for Same-Sex Couples

In Costa Rica, the issue of same-sex civil unions is being addressed in a new proposal that would give rights to same-sex partners. However, some opponents have proposed placing the...

9 February 2010

Costa Rica: Laura Chinchilla Elected First Woman President

Costa Ricans went to the polls on February 7th and elected Laura Chinchilla of the National Liberation Party, who will be the country's first woman president. Bloggers provide their opinions...

25 January 2010

Costa Rica: Charges of Plagiarism in Presidential Campaign

With the Costa Rican presidential campaign well underway, many bloggers are noticing that some of the candidates' campaign ads and campaign proposals appear to be too familiar.

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