Panama and Costa Rica
- Moloney. A. (2016, February 26). Costa Rica in push to give identity cards to indigenous people, prevent statelessness. Mail Online. Retrieved from http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-3465923/Costa-Rica-push-identity-cards-indigenous-people-prevent-statelessness.html
- Costa Rica seeks to provide identity cards for indigenous people, as an attempt to eradicate statelessness. Many indigenous people do not register the birth of their children, and many women give birth in remote areas. Since 2014, approximately 5,000 people in Costa Rica and Panama have received birth certificates.
- Marín, D (2016, March 23). “Chiriticos”, el drama de los indígenas “invisibles” de Costa Rica y Panamá. ElPaís.cr. Retrieved from http://www.elpais.cr/2016/03/23/chiriticos-el-drama-de-los-indigenas-invisibles-de-costa-rica-y-panama/
- Indigenous people transcend the Panama/Costa Rica border every year, in order to work in the coffee plantations, which has created a group of stateless people. Many women have children in rural areas and many do not register the birth of their children. Costa Rica seeks to eradicate statelessness by 2014.
- Admin (2016, April 8). Costa Rica reconocerá a personas apátridas para garantizar sus derechos humanos. Ministerio De Gobernación Y Policía. Retrieved from http://www.mgp.go.cr/wordpress/?p=1064
- Costa Rica is committed to recognize any stateless person, in order to guarantee their human rights. It seeks to eradicate statelessness.
- López, R (2016, April 8). País recibirá con brazos abiertos a 10 millones de personas sin nacionalidad. Amprensa. Retrieved from http://www.amprensa.com/2016/04/08/pais-recibira-brazos-abiertos-10-millones-personas-sin-nacionalidad/
- Costa Rica is one of the few countries that has committed to recognize any stateless person, in order to guarantee their human rights.
- No Author (2016, April 8). Costa Rica reconocerá a personas apátridas para garantizar sus derechos humanos. Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores. Retrieved from http://www.rree.go.cr/?sec=servicios%20al%20publico&cat=servicios%20de%20informacion&cont=593¬icia=2801
- The Costa Rican president has signed a document, which will recognize any stateless person. It seeks to guarantee human rights, and it will begin by providing identity papers.
- No Author (2016, April 8). Costa Rica emite reglamento que daría nacionalidad a quienes no la tienen. El Mundo. Retrieved from http://www.elmundo.cr/costa-rica-abre-las-puertas-10-millones-personas-sin-nacionalidad-mundo/
- Every stateless person will be recognized by Costa Rica, in order to uphold their human rights.
- No Author (2016, April 9). Costa Rica to Recognize the Stateless Persons. Caribflame. Retrieved from http://www.caribflame.com/2016/04/costa-rica-to-recognize-the-stateless-persons/
- Costa Rica will recognize any stateless person that is not recognized by any nation, in order to uphold his or her human rights.
- Rico (2016, April 9). Costa Rica Opens Its Doors To Stateless Persons. QCostarica. Retrieved from http://qcostarica.com/costa-rica-opens-its-doors-to-stateless-persons/
- Costa Rica will recognize any stateless person that is not recognized by any other nation.