Maria Camila Moreno is a Colombian anthropologist, specializing in land use planning at the University of Havana. She has worked with ethnic communities on issues related to collective rights. Since 1999 she worked in the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of human rights public policies with emphasis on vulnerable populations. She has been invited to participate as a lecturer and speaker at national and international seminars on internal displacement, and refugee and indigenous peoples' rights.
Moreno has experience working in public institutions, such as the Presidency, the Ombudsman Office and the General Prosecutor Office and in international agencies such as IIDH, the Swedish International Development Agency, UNHCR and UNDP. She also has worked as a researcher in human rights issues. Her researches have been on internal displacement and public policy, DDR (disarmament, demobilization and reintegration), human rights and prisons, access to justice in Colombia and political participation of indigenous people.