Catalina Ledebur

Catalina is the Women’s Rights Consultant. In this role, she is focused on strengthening the rights of women in the region acting as a means for them to raise their voice before international human rights bodies for their protection. Consequently, she develops activities, trainings, and research with a gender perspective.

Before joining Race and Equality, Catalina worked at a Prosecutor’s Office Specializing in Gender Violence in the City of Buenos Aires. Also, she has experience working in the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights as an intern as well as on migration and refugee issues due to practices done in Buenos Aires as a student.

Catalina graduated as a lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires Law School and she is specialized in Public International Law.

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