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Being a member of a liberal political youth organization and a supporter of Amnesty International, human rights have always been a matter of the heart to Jana. She has never worked in a NGO, but she is keen to explore through her internship at the Future Worlds Center to learn about it.
 
Being a member of a liberal political youth organization and a supporter of Amnesty International, human rights have always been a matter of the heart to Jana. She has never worked in a NGO, but she is keen to explore through her internship at the Future Worlds Center to learn about it.
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She speaks German, English, some French and is currently learning Greek.
 
She speaks German, English, some French and is currently learning Greek.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 09:06, 4 March 2016


Jana Hottas
Jana Hottas
With FWC May 2015 to July 2015
Key Project(s) Strengthening Asylum


Jana Hottas joined the Humanitarian Affairs Unit team of Future Worlds Center in May 2015 as an intern for two months.

Short Bio

Jana came from Germany with the Erasmus+ project. She is training to become an administrative assistant in public service in Berlin. The internship is part of her training on the job.

Being a member of a liberal political youth organization and a supporter of Amnesty International, human rights have always been a matter of the heart to Jana. She has never worked in a NGO, but she is keen to explore through her internship at the Future Worlds Center to learn about it.

She speaks German, English, some French and is currently learning Greek.