Diana Carolina Moreno

Diana Carolina Moreno, Legal Fellow for Latin America & Caribbean

Diana Moreno joined the Center in 2016 and is responsible for supporting the regional advocacy and international litigation work of the LAC program. As a legal fellow, she conduces legal and policy research and analysis on international human rights, foreign and comparative law. She also supports the litigation strategy and participates in the draft submissions to UN and Regional Human Rights Bodies.

She has previously worked as a consultant with the human rights private consultancy ELEMENTA; She is a university lecturer and researcher on gender violence and human rights and LGBTI rights. She has been an on-site researcher on the dynamics of the Colombian conflict. She has also been an intern and assistant lawyer at Women’s Link Worldwide and a legal intern at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Over her work and research at different organizations, she has participated in strategic litigation of national and regional cases related to women’s rights and LGBTI issues.

Diana has received her J.D degree from the Pontifica Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, she speaks Spanish and English, and has a basic knowledge of French and Portuguese.