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Cassandra Preece

Young Professionals Fellow, APF Canada

Cassandra Preece is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science (Comparative Public Policy) at McMaster University. She is a doctoral research fellow for McMaster’s Ethnic Quota and Political Representation research project and is a 2020 Joseph Armand Bombardier (CGS) doctoral fellow. Her broad research interests include ethnic conflict, minority and Indigenous political representation, electoral politics, political parties, and democratization. Her doctoral research investigates Indigenous language policy in the Asia Pacific, with a focus on how Indigenous legislators and other key state actors contribute to favourable policy changes to promote and protect Indigenous languages in countries such as Taiwan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Australia, and the Philippines.

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