Felix Hoffman

Research Assistant


Felix Hoffmann is a research assistant with the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, where he contributes to the institute’s work on human rights and monitoring and evaluation. 

He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in political science at the Free University in Berlin. His main research interests lie in human rights protection and international relations. 

Previously, Felix interned twice in the European Parliament, where he contributed to discussions and research on European refugee policy. He also worked for an NGO in Brazil, contributing to social work, public outreach, and fundraising. Felix studied abroad at the American University in Cairo, where he concentrated on human rights issues and Arabic. 

Languages: English, French, Portuguese, Arabic, German

Areas of expertise

Recent Publications

Report 20 April 2018

Forbidden Knowledge: Measuring Academic Freedom

by Katrin Kinzelbach, Felix Hoffmann