Abraham Abrego

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Abraham is a lawyer and notary. He earned his degree in Legal Sciences from the Central American University, José Simeón Cañas (UCA), and also holds a diploma from the San Pablo University of Chicago (part of the Inter-American Human Rights System).

Abraham is currently Cristosal’s Victim Advocacy Director. Before coming to Cristosal, he was the Director of the Study on the Application of Law Foundation (FESPAD). Previously, Abraham was the Coordinator of the Legal Assistance Office’s Criminal Area at the UCA. He co-founded the first anti-corruption organization in El Salvador, Asociación Probidad, where he gained knowledge and experience in transparency and anti-corruption work. He has also consulted in several studies for public and private institutions.

Abraham has extensive experience in human rights training, transparency, and the development of national and international litigation in emblematic cases.