Born and raised in Berlin, Johanna Hühn is currently finishing her B.A. in Comparative Literature and Political Science at Freie University (FU) Berlin. After graduating from high school, she volunteered with Action Reconciliation Service for Peace (ARSP), working for one year with the elderly Jewish community of the Lower East Side for Project Ezra, New York. In the course of her studies she spent two terms at Universidad Autónoma in Madrid. In Berlin, she has been volunteering with local organizations that provide German classes and legal assistance for refugees and migrants and has participated in research on immigration, media and voting behavior. Strongly interested in arts and languages, she has worked with a participatory theatre project, as a teacher of German as a foreign language and forms part of a poetry collective.
Updated May 2019
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