Syndicate content

Camilo Andres Avila Ceballos

Consultant
Camilo Andres joined the Bank as Consultant in June 2010 with the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region. At the Bank he has worked on several projects related to justice sector reform, security, access to justice, justice for the poor, management models, monitoring systems, tax litigation, and regulation of statistics institutions, among others, in countries such as Colombia, Peru, Mexico, El Salvador, Paraguay, Equatorial Guinea, and Pakistan.
 
Camilo Andres is a Lawyer and a Historian and has graduate degrees in History and in Anthropology from the Universidad de los Andes (Bogota, Colombia). Previously, he worked as researcher with Universidad de los Andes, the Racial Discrimination Observatory, and NGOs. He has also collaborated on projects with USAID and the Inter-American Development Bank. The main topics he has worked on are racial discrimination in Colombia, prisoners' conditions, access to justice, history of law, and empirically-based projects in the justice sector.