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Alberto Fernandez Gibaja

Head of Programme, Digitalization and Democracy

Alberto Fernandez Gibaja’s work focuses on issues related with technology and democracy, with a special focus in Asia Pacific and Europe.

His expertise and research covers the key aspects of how technology and democracy relate, both from the regulatory perspective as well as from impact of technology on the state of democracy. He has carried out research, advocacy and technical advice projects globally with these elements included.

Previously, he worked as a Governance Officer for the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste. He has also worked at the Club of Madrid, the Sierra Leone Red Cross Society, the Jordanian Regional Center for Conflict Prevention and the University of Alcalá

He is a regular contributor and commentator in diverse media outlets, primarily on topics related to technology, democracy and online political campaigns’ policies and regulations. 

Political Participation, Technology and Politics, Public Policy, Local Democracy
MA in International Studies (Uppsala University, Sweden), BA in Sociology and Political Analysis (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain).
English, Portuguese, Spanish
Stockholm, Sweden
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