Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative
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About us

Chloé Perrenoud

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chloe.perrenoud (at)


  • Project and Communications Assistant


Chloé Perrenoud is currently pursuing a Master's in Anthropology and Sociology at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, French Literature, and Linguistics from the University of Neuchâtel and completed exchange studies in social sciences and political economy at the University of Technology, Sydney. Before joining IPTI, Chloé worked as a Committee Member for the Cheyyammbakkam Association, for which she volunteered several times in South India. She has been involved in a number of student initiatives providing refugees with language courses and supporting their social integration. For her Master’s thesis, Chloé is looking at non-judicial transitional justice processes in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, engaging with young filmmakers and reparation projects. Her research interests include peace and transition processes, gender and conflict, biomedical anthropology, and migration.