Alberto Fernandez Gibaja

Senior Programme Officer
Political Participation, Technology and Politics, Public Policy, Local Democracy


Alberto’s work focuses on the crossroads between Political Participation, innovation and technology.

His expertise and research covers different forms of political participation and representation and national and local level, including political parties and new forms of citizen engagement in decision making. In addition, Alberto’s technical advice and research explores the public policies and politics surrounding the role of technology in democracy and the protection of the integrity of the political process.

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 and the Jordanian Regional Center for Conflict Prevention.

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

MA in International Studies (Uppsala University, Sweden), BA in Sociology and Political Analysis (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain).
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Stockholm, Sweden