Anna Hoffmann

Anna Hoffmann

Anna just finished a Bachelor in History and Politics at the University of Oxford and will start a Master in Public Policy in Sept 2013 at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. She is half German/Swiss and half Chinese and grew up in Zurich. Her particular interests are environmental policy, Chinese politics, international law and human rights. She wrote her thesis on China's climate change policies. Anna has worked for the Swiss think tank Avenir Suisse and the new Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research. During her time in Oxford she was the President of the European Affairs Society and organized a youth exchange program with 7 European countries. She enjoyes travelling, the great outdoors, new people, literature, karate and music.

Recent Posts

Sustainable Tourism in Kyrgyzstan?

Early riders – this boy is four and already learns how to handle a horse.

Dainar rarely smiles and doesn’t seem to notice us much as we ride behind him through the endless grasslands. We’re in Kyrgyzstan, and excited to start a three-day horse trek into the mountains. Dainar is our guide – a very serious and quiet guide. He is twelve.