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Tatiana de Feraudy
41, rue du Four
Tatiana de Feraudy joined IDDRI in December 2015 to work on the role of digital tools for citizen participation in cities (Urban Crowdsourcing, Audacities) and on social and environmental inequalities (Inequalities in Mobility).
After a Master’s degree in International Affairs – Sustainable Development at Sciences Po in 2008, she worked for five years at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on public policies for sustainable buildings and cities (Sustainable Buildings and Climate Initiative, Sustainable Social Housing Initiative), especially in developing countries. She then obtained a Master’s degree in research in sociology at EHESS in 2015. Her master’s thesis questioned the practices and representations of the local professionals tasked with citizen participation in a low-income neighborhood.