Georgina Diaz Ibarz

Communications officer, Reversing Environmental Degradation in Africa and Asia (REDAA) programme

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Telephone: +44 (0)20 3463 7399
Languages: English, Spanish, Catalan, French (intermediate)

Impact communications professional specialising in gender, climate change, development and ethical storytelling. Georgina has extensive experience delivering targeted communication solutions and has worked with international and grassroots non-profit organisations across the globe, focusing on social justice, environmental issues, women's rights, youth, peacebuilding and global health.

She joined IIED in 2020 as digital officer with the Communications Group, where she provided all-round support for developing the institute's digital presence and online communities across all channels and platforms, including website management, video editing, podcast production and social media.


Planning and implementing digital strategy; content creation and multimedia production (including video and podcasts); ethical storytelling and promoting non-sexist and anti-racist narratives; website management with a focus on user experience; social media management; campaigning; and copywriting.

Before IIED

  • Impact communications freelancer and consultant with various local organisations
  • Communications officer at Women for Women International, United Kingdom
  • Communications consultant at Malaria No More, United Kingdom
  • Programme coordinator at Uganda for Her, Uganda


  • MA in education, gender and international development at University College London, United Kingdom
  • BA in communications and media studies at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Current work

Georgina currently leads the implementation of the REDAA programme's communication strategy and stakeholder engagement. The Reversing Environmental Degradation in Africa and Asia (REDAA) programme catalyses research, innovation and action to help people and nature thrive together, through a series of grant calls at local, national and regional levels in Africa and Asia.