Pablo Martínez Freile


Project Administrator

    • BSc: Political Sciences and Public Administration - University of Salamanca. Salamanca, Spain
  • Former position: European Affairs Specialist in Government of Cantabria
  • Joining date: February 2024


Pablo studied Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Salamanca, having spent a year at the University of Granada. After that, he has focused on the more international dimension of politics, doing an International Master in Contemporary Latin American Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid and two Jean Monnet Chairs on European Union Law (University of Cantabria) and on European Climate Law (UNED).

Regarding his professional experience, between 2022 and 2024 he worked in the Directorate General of European Funds of the Cantabrian Government, where he had the opportunity to learn about the importance of European funds and funding programmes. He has also written articles and essays on European and national policy issues in several digital media.

In his free time, he enjoys spending quality time with his friends. However, he likes taking long walks with his dog along the beaches of Santander, the city where he was born. He also loves travelling to other countries and reading about politics. Another of his passions is enjoying a good film at the cinema.

Previous publications

  • The European Green Deal: regulatory development, objectives, and transformative projects in Cantabriacall_made
    Pablo Martínez Freile.

    The European Green Deal represents a strategy that will guide Member States’ regional and national projects to address the challenges of the green transition and the digital transformation, both now and in the coming decades. Specifically, in Cantabria, two of the programmes included in the Urban and Rural Agenda policy lever have been analysed in the the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, which aim to improve the electrical efficiency of the existing housing stock and public transport and private transport through the use of alternative energies and promoting intermodal mobility.