Doctoral researcher
Spoken languages
English, French, German, Spanish
Areas of expertise
  • Urban sociology and anthropology
  • Youth Employment and Participation
  • Social movements
  • Democratic participation
  • Gender studies



Alice Daquin is a doctoral researcher in the department of Anthropology and Sociology of the Graduate Institute of Geneva, and a member of the CCDP. Her research focuses on the link between gender, mobilizations, and intimate networks in the marginalized  neighborhoods of the city of Marseille, in the south of France.

With a background in urban and political sociology from Sciences Po Lyon in France (Altervilles Master), Alice has been working on urban segregation and youth participation in the “banlieues” of Lyon. She has also been engaged in popular education, activism, podcast editing, and is interested in creative and participatory modes of research.



Daquin Alice. 2019. « Avoir un local à soi »: Enjeux de territoire entre jeunes de rue et institutions d’un quartier populaire. Agora débats/jeunesses, 83(3), 71-88

Daquin Alice, Huet Marine, Lebian Julien, Martinais Emmanuel & Martinez Camille. (2019). Des conseils citoyens inadaptés à la participation des jeunes ? Retour sur trois expérimentations dans des quartiers populaires de la périphérie lyonnaise Participations, 24(2), 83-109