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Transparent management

Our Policy

As part of our public commitment to transparency, efficiency, effectiveness and quality that society expects from social organisations, at FIBGAR we share the principles and values that give us meaning and are our raison d’être.

We intend that all the people who work, belong, represent and collaborate with FIBGAR respect our principles.

Organisation chart


María Garzón Molina – President

Communicator anCommunicator and activist for Memory and Feminism.


She holds a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. She has worked in the marketing department of the Fundación La Caixa, and in various media, where she has worked as editor-in-chief, producer and communications manager. Director of our foundation since its constitution until January 2019. She currently runs his own communications company.


María Carmen Durán Martínez – Vice-President

A teacher, she is one of the founders and president of the Desperta Cambados Association.


She is also one of the directors of the Foundation for a Culture of Peace, whose activities are mainly focused on the fields of education and dissemination. Carmen Durán specialises in drug trafficking and other drug-related issues.


Ramón Membrillo Trabajo – Secretary

Lawyer and member of the Asociación Deportivo Cultural Villa Piltrafas.

Eduardo Martín de Pozuelo – Deputy Secretary

Journalist. Coordinator of the Terrorism section of La Vanguardia.


He studied journalism in Madrid and Barcelona. It was in 1975 that he began his career at La Vanguardia, where two years later he was promoted to head of research. He co-founded the publication’s Research Team, where he was editor-in-chief until its dissolution in 2003.

He is the author of hundreds of reports and information of great international impact, such as the investigative reports that uncovered the presence of the Mafia in Spain. In 1994, he published the book Guía de la corrupción, co-written with Jordi Bordas and Santiago Tarín. In the Terrorism section of La Vanguardia, he uncovered the presence of Al Qaeda sleeper cells in Spain.

He is the driving force behind the journalistic investigation of the Spanish disappeared during the military dictatorships in Argentina and Chile, which earned him the Human Rights Award 2000. In 2005, he began a new line of research related to Francoism. In 2009, he received the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation Award for uncovering unknown links between Franco’s regime and the Holocaust.

He is the author of several essays and novels (La cosa nuestra, La guerra ignorada, Los secretos del franquismo, El franquismo, cómplice del holocausto (y otros episodios desconocidos de la Dictadura)…), and has taught investigative journalism at several universities.


Fanny Rubio Gámez

Writer and teacher. Professor of Literature at the Complutense University of Madrid. She is a literary critic, novelist and poet.


His works include Las revistas de poesía (1939-1975), Poesía contemporánea. Historia y antología (1939-1980), La sal del chocolate (1992), El dios dormido (1998), and El hijo del aire (2001), which was made into a play. She is considered one of the most relevant scholars of contemporary Spanish poetry. In 2006, she was appointed director of the Cervantes Institute headquarters in Rome.


Marcos Gutiérrez Melgarejo

Law Degree from the University of Granada. Member of the Bar since 1980.


He has been a professor at the School of Legal Practice of the Bar Association of Jaén. and associate professor of legal practices at the University of Jaén. He was president of the Economic and Social Council of the Province of Jaén from 1996 to 2002.


Manuel Ramiro Muñoz

Director of the Center for Intercultural Studies of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Cali, Colombia. Philosopher of the Universidad Javeriana Bogotá.


He is also a consultant in Higher Education for the International Institute of Higher Education for Latin America and the Caribbean IESALC/UNESCO, member of the Scientific Committee of the Higher Education Conference of GUNI (Global University Network for Innovation), a network coordinated by the United Nations University, UNESCO and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

He is the author of several publications on the need for higher education; interculturality; and the community processes of indigenous and Afro-descendants in southwestern Colombia. For more than 28 years it has accompanied indigenous and Afro-descendant communities in strengthening their training and organizational processes, and for the last 12 years, Afro-descendant communities in the South Pacific region of Colombia.


Anthony Geist

Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley.


He has taught at the Universities of Berkeley, Princeton, Texas, San Antonio and Dartmouth College.

His publications focus on aspects of modernity and postmodernity in 20th century peninsular poetry. He has also researched the art and literature of the Spanish Civil War. In this regard, it promoted a traveling exhibition of children’s drawings during this period.


Bartomeu Català Barceló

Majorcan priest. He is currently the president of the Proyecto Hombre Association of the Balearic Islands.


In 1997, he was awarded the Ramón Llul prize, and in 2007, the Gold Medal of the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands for his help to people with drug addiction.