Category Archives: Registration

No Women. No Peace

Below is a link to the No Women. No Peace campaign. Please encourage and motivate each other for the important work we have in front of us at the WILPF Congress 2011 in Costa Rica!

Check it out http://youtu.be/lATXVusFmGQ

Accommodation

Dear Members,

Please find update information on the different types of accommodation,

Doka Coffee Tour Sunday 31 st July 2011

Dear Members,

The congress is coming up very fast and soon we will all meet in Costa Rica.
If we take a look at the program the Sunday 31th July is a day for sightseeing and a great opportunity to see more of Costa Rica. To be able to organize transportation and a guided tour for many people I have attached information on a day tour to Doka Estate Coffee Tour.
Doka Estate Coffee Tour

If you are interested to attend please send me an email as soon as possible, congress@wilpf.ch

Helpful Travel Guide Costa Ric

Dear Members,
The time is passing by fast and soon we will meet in Costa Rica. I have provided you with a Travel Guide which basic information which can be helpful before and during your stay in Costa Rica.

See you soon
TRAVEL GUIDE Wilpf Congress 2011

Resolutions

Please review and discuss the resolution under the tab Resolutions.

For your information amendments to resolutions and amendments to amendments should be received no later than Monday 27th June.

Payment of accommodation

Dear Members,
I would like to inform you about the payment of the accommodation options in Costa Rica.
Guests staying at the Radisson Hotel has a rate of 44 dollars/night/person for a shared room or 88 dollars/night/person. In this price breakfast is included. Payment is done upon arrival all common credit cards can be used such as Visa and Mastercard.If you have questions about payments options please send an email to congress@wilpf.ch
More information for guest staying in hostel is coming shortly.

All the best,

Karin

Available Reports:

Dear Members,

Under the section called congress document you can find section, working group and committee reports. More reports will be uploaded in the coming days. If your section has not sent in a report please do so as soon as possible.

Visa update

All foreign citizens entering Costa Rica must have a passport that is valid for at least six months after the date they enter the country. As of April 2007, citizens of the United States are required to have a valid passport for at least 30 days after the date they enter into the country.

Congress getting closer

Dear WILPF member,

Thanks to the people which has registering for WILPF International Congress 30th July – 6th August 2011, in San Jose, Costa Rica. We look forward to welcoming you to Costa Rica!

Next week you will receive a letter confirming the following details; paid congress fee, choice of accommodation and numbers of days at the congress. The letter will also include how to pay for the accommodation and other additional important information. If you have not yet paid the congress fee or filled out the registration form please do this as soon as possible.

Thank you very much and I look forward to an successful WILPF Congress 2011.

All the best,

Karin Friedrich
Congress Coordinator

Visa Requirements

Visa Requirements:
Visa requirements for Costa Rica change rapidly so check http://www.costarica-embassy.org/consular/travel/documents.htm for updates regarding passport requirements.

Currently citizens of the USA, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Japan, Panama, Romania, South Korea, Uruguay, the UK, France and most other Western European countries do not need a visa for a 90-day stay. Citizens of Australia, Ireland, Iceland, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa, Vatican City and most of Eastern Europe and Latin America can stay 30 days without a visa. If you do need a visa, it will cost approximately US$20 from a Costa Rican consulate. All foreign citizens entering Costa Rica must have a passport that is valid for at least six months after the date they enter the country. As of April 2007, citizens of the United States are required to have a valid passport for at least 30 days after the date they enter into the country.