Carmen Luz Morales

Carmen holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Santiago and a diploma on human rights approaches to children’s rights. She is a consultant at the Observatorio Ciudadano, a leading human rights organization based in Temuco, where she has conducted historical research on Mapuche communities and has coordinated international seminars and workshops to promote the defense of human rights of indigenous communities in Chile. She has also worked at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington, DC, as a consultant at the Special Rapporteurship for Freedom of Expression and has taught history courses in Chile and Spanish language and literature courses in France. Carmen lives in Valparaíso where, through political participation, she works in the defense of women’s and children’s rights.

Carmen Luz Morales

SIT Study Abroad

Co-Country Coordinator, Chile

IHP: HUMAN RIGHTS: Movements, Power, and Resistance

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