Florence School of Transnational Governance
Camille Dobler (she/her) works as Head of Research at Missions Publiques, a practitioner organisation specialised in citizen participation and democratic innovations, based in Paris. Camille was heavily involved in the Conference on the Future of Europe, notably the design and implementation of the European Citizen Panels and now designs and facilitates the new generation of European Citizens Panels. She is also responsible for the horizontal coordination and grant management of action-research projects, including the democratic Odyssey project, in partnership with the EUI-STG. Prior to becoming a practitioner, she worked for 4 years in academia as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow: her own research questions the inter-linkages between citizen participation, deliberation and political identities, and the democratic legitimacy in the EU, using focus-groups, ethnographic methods, and discursive approaches. She is a member of the EUI-STG Democracy Forum, Ashoka Europe Changemaker programme and Democracy R&D network. Camille holds a dual MRes from Sciences Po Lille and the London School of Economics in Political Sciences, with a specialisation in European Studies. During her time as Visiting Fellow at the STG, she will join the Democratic Odyssey project’s team in the co-creation of a transnational citizens’ assembly methodological proof of concept and will be working on (obstacles and enablers to) the institutionalisation of citizen deliberation within the EU inter-institutional framework.