Nuria is part of the Programme Department where she contributes to the preparation and implementation of projects aimed at promoting reflection on the major challenges and opportunities for democracy and global governance.

She has worked for the United Nations Development Programme, the UN Resident Coordinator Office, and the Spanish Cooperation Development Agency (AECID) in Honduras and Belize, in projects and programmes related to democratic governance, human rights and gender equality. Nuria has also experience working with CSOs in the Philippines on issues related to migrants and refugees. Previously, she has worked at the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP, the foundation of the Spanish public sector) managing international cooperation projects within the framework of the 2030 Agenda and based on a peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and learning between public administrations of different countries.

She holds a law degree and a Masters’ Degree in Gender Studies from the Autonoma University of Madrid as well as in International Development Cooperation, International Law and International Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid. Nuria has also taken the interdisciplinary course on human rights at the Inter-American Institute on Human Rights.