André Rangel

André Rangel

Senior Communications and Advocacy Officer, Latin America and Caribbean
Mexico City

Crisis Group Role

André joined Crisis Group in August 2022. As Senior Communications and Advocacy Officer, he develops communications and advocacy strategies, oversees publications and content, and manages relations with the media, national authorities and civil society in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Professional Background

André has worked on human rights and conflict since 2015, covering issues like violence by security forces, attacks on journalists and activists, migrants and refugees, public health, environmental degradation, corporate crimes, gender and racial discrimination, and genocide.

He worked at Amnesty International for 7 years as Advocacy Intern for Mexico, Campaigns Assistant for the Americas, and Campaigner for South America. He also conducted research on countries like Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Mexico and Guatemala. Previous to joining Amnesty International, he was Associate Researcher on the Darfur crisis in Sudan at the Memory and Tolerance Museum in Mexico City.

André holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He was a research affiliate on genocide studies at The University of Auckland in New Zealand.


  • Spanish (native)
  • English (fluent)
  • French (fluent)
  • Portuguese (mid-level)
  • Italian (mid-level)


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