Rebeca Alamo Hernandez

As Human Rights & Inclusive Development specialist, Rebeca Alamo Hernandez has gained more than 20 years of work experience in the field of international cooperation with a strong focus on capacity development.

Her professional and academic background has enabled her to support several advocacy, awareness-raising and training initiatives involving different stakeholders in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe.

Addressing inequalities at local and international level, especially towards women, children, migrants and people with disabilities, has led her to live in several developing countries. She brings in vast working experience with international organizations such as Handicap International (Humanity & Inclusion) and Plan International, and with several national community-based NGOs.

After more than seven years with Handicap International as a technical advisor in inclusive development and capacity building for disabled people’s organisations in Africa and Asia, she joined the IBCR team as a training and capacity development advisor. Born in Mexico, she has a Belgian university degree in Political Science, International Relations, and a Masters in Adult Education. Rebeca is fluent in French, English and Spanish and has a good knowledge in German and Dutch.