In Costa Rica the celebration of the World Donor Day added new heroes for life.Global Embassy of Activists for Peace

In Costa Rica the celebration of the World Donor Day added new heroes for life.

In Costa Rica, the Global Embassy of Activist for Peace (GEAP) along with the National Blood Bank, united on June 14th to celebrate the World Blood Donor Day, with a blood drive, where more than 200 people belonging to private companies and to the metropolitan area, voluntarily joined to save lives.


Speech - Enrique Castillo Barrantes - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship

Speech - Enrique Castillo Barrantes - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship

As Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship of Costa Rica; I assure you that Costa Ricans, convinced of our systems of democratic coexistence, governed by humanist principles, will reject any act of hatred and persecution, such as demonstrations of antisemitism directed at any place against the Jewish people and any form of racism; all marked as a denial of the gift of life and an offense of the image of the Creator. 


Manuel Ventura Robles

Jurist, Lawyer and Public Notary, Master in International Law, Judge of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), also carried out studies in Philosophy.

Vice-President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (2013), held positions in private companies, public administration and the Costa Rican Foreign Service at the Costa Rican Embassy in Washington, DC, also at the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the OAS.


Costa Rica creates awareness in favor of wildlifeGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace
Activists for Peace in Costa Rica planted 50 native treesGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Activists for Peace in Costa Rica planted 50 native trees

As part of the International Program “Children of Mother Earth”, the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) in Costa Rica, on April 22, 2016, celebrated the International Day of Mother Earth by planting 50 native trees donated by the Alajuelita municipality.


Thousands of Activists for Peace from different countries unite in the global summons of the UN for the future of wildlife. Global Embassy of Activists for Peace

Thousands of Activists for Peace from different countries unite in the global summons of the UN for the future of wildlife.

With the theme: “Save the wildlife of our Mother Earth”, thousands of people in Latin America, United States and Spain raised their voices and made convincing actions by executing these Environmental Marches and Parades developed by the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), in unison to the annual summons of the United Nations.