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Hugo Bonilla

BA, MA, MSc Pl
Senior Planner, Economist
Phone: 
416-583-1517

Hugo Bonilla has worked for 12 years as an Economist and Urban/Environmental Planner in Latin America and West Africa as well as in Canada and Europe on topics related to economic development, social impact assessments, resettlement planning, monitoring and evaluation, regional planning, and capacity building, among other areas. Hugo has worked with governments, multilateral organizations (UNDP), trade associations, NGOs and the private sector and possesses proven capacity to actively engage stakeholders at any level in participatory planning processes. Hugo has been part of rePlan for over five years, during which time he has done extensive work with resource extraction companies leading social impact assessments, and in the development and implementation of social management plans, livelihoods restoration programs, and resettlement plans, always with a view to coordinate strategies that lead to sustainable long-term economic development. Hugo is a skilled facilitator that has extensive experience conducting consultation processes, including with indigenous and vulnerable populations. He holds a Master’s degree in Planning from the University of Toronto, a Master’s degree in Economics from York University and a Graduate Diploma in International Cooperation for Human Development from Universidad Internacional de Andalucia, Spain. Hugo is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian.    

 

Recent News

We are pleased to share that rePlan is now an ERM Group company...

rePlan's client First Quantum has created a video featuring community members from Mina de Cobre Panama speaking about their experiences during the resettlement project, and posted it online in both English and Spanish...

rePlan Principal Graeme Burt's keynote presentation from the PDAC's Aboriginal Program will be online soon ...