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Perle Petit
Policy Analyst
Perle joined the EPC in May 2021 as part of the project on the Conference on the Future of Europe.

She studied a BA (Hons) at the University of Cambridge (Queens’ College), before studying a MSc in Political Science (International Relations) at the University of Amsterdam. Her research focus is on democratic backsliding and levels of human rights across the world. During her MSc, she researched electoral practices in South-East Asian states, particularly in terms of freedom of the media and freedom of speech.

Before joining the EPC, Perle worked as a consultant for several UN institutions, including UNESCO and the UNDP.

PROGRAMME

European Politics and Institutions

PROJECTs

Areas of expertise

Democracy, authoritarian regimes, democratic backsliding, human rights, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, elections, ASEAN

Current positions

Policy Analyst

Education

MSc in Political Science (International Relations), University of Amsterdam
MA (Cantab) in English, University of Cambridge, Queen’s College
BA (Hons) in English, University of Cambridge, Queen’s College

Languages

English, French, Dutch (basic)

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Publications

Citizen participation / REPORT
Assessing the European Citizens' Panels: Greater ambition needed
By Johannes Greubel , Perle Petit , Andrey Demidov - 06/09/2023
Hungary / DISCUSSION PAPER
What should the EU do about Hungary’s illiberal turn?
By Perle Petit - 04/11/2022
European Commission / DISCUSSION PAPER
The von der Leyen European Commission at midterm: Same priorities, different reality
By Corina Stratulat , Annika Hedberg , Stefan Sipka , Janis A. Emmanouilidis , Johannes Greubel , Francesco De Angelis , Laura Rayner , Perle Petit , Silvia Carta , Andrea G. Rodríguez , Simon Dekeyrel , Melanie Fessler , Tommaso Grossi , Emily Fitzpatrick , Elizabeth Kuiper , Marta Mucznik - 13/06/2022


Contributions

Citizen participation / INTERVIEW
EU citizens’ panels likely to stay, but need to be adapted
Perle Petit was interviewed by Euractiv on how the EU citizens' panel can be improved and adapted to citizens' expectations.

Read the full article here.

EU citizens’ panels likely to stay, but need to be adapted
28 March 2023 - ,
Euractiv
Cambodia / ARTICLE
Cambodian election in 2023: No space for the opposition
Perle Petit wrote an article for 9DASHLINE on the upcoming election in Cambodia and the reasons behind the lack of opposition in the country's politics. 

Read the article here.

Cambodian election in 2023: No space for the opposition
19 January 2023 - ,
9DASHLINE
Japan / ARTICLE
Architect of the Indo-Pacific: How will Abe's legacy continue?
After Shinzo Abe's tragic and unexpected assassination, Perle Petit reflects on the Japanese Prime Minister's legacy and considers how his death will affect the international order. 

Read the full article here. 

Architect of the Indo-Pacific: How will Abe's legacy continue?
14 July 2022 - ,
9Dashline



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