Gretzel Brozovich is a consultant with the Health and Human Rights Initiative at the O’Neill Institute.

Brozovich is a feminist lawyer with more than 20 years of experience working on human rights issues, specifically regarding women, children, adolescents, and the LGBTIQ community. She has worked as a consultant for many years with numerous human rights organizations in an effort to eliminate discrimination, violence, mistreatment, and inequalities in these sectors. Brozovich’s work has supported organizations, including Ipas, with a focus on women’s equality and nondiscrimination of women, and the Human Rights Commission of the Chamber of Deputies in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia, with a focus on the preparation and analysis of legislative bills.

She holds her law degree from the Universidad Católica Boliviana “San Pablo” in La Paz, Bolivia.


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