Lucía Chibán Zamar

Lucía is a Legal Program Officer for Latin America specializing in racial justice, with a focus on gender and indigenous peoples. She works closely in collaboration with our partners in Latin America to support and strengthen their human rights defense capacity at a national and international level.



Before she joined Race and Equality, she was a fellow for Equal Right Advocates, where she contributed to their policy agendas, national campaigns, and coalitions centered on the promotion of gender justice. Additionally, she was a Racial Justice and Human Rights in the Americas Fellow at the Promise Institute for Human Rights, where she worked on diverse projects regarding the intersection of race with migration, gender, climate justice, and human rights. Before that, in Argentina, she worked in the non-profit sector in diverse positions for human rights defense, coalition building, and implementation of public policy. Additionally, she consulted for the International Labor Organization for their Spotlight Initiative and was an intern for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.



Lucía is a graduate of the University Torcuato Di Tella in Law and obtained a Master of Laws from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she specialized in the law and sexuality, as well as Critical Race Studies.

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