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Name  Dominique Hoppe

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Born  24 November 1959 (age 56) Longwy, France (1959-11-24)
Alma mater  Institute of Political Studies, Paris Stanford University Harvard Business School
Education  Stanford University, Sciences Po, Harvard Business School

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Dominique Hoppe (born 1959) is the current President of the Assemblée des francophones fonctionnaires des organisations internationales (French speaking international civil servants).


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Prior to his appointment to the AFFOI, Dominique Hoppe was Administrator at the European Patent Office, President of the AFIF-PB and President of the Superior Council of the international civil servants in the Netherlands
In December 2011 he was elected – together with Abdou Diouf – francophone of the year in the framework the world forum of the French language.

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Early life

Dominique Hoppe was born in 1959 in Longwy (France). He studied at the Lycée Alfred Mézières, went to the Nancy-Université and graduated from the Institut d'études politiques de Paris. He also graduated from the Stanford University and the Harvard Business School.


In 1984, he started his career as international civil servant at the European Patent Office. After an internal career at EPO, he became Vice President of the AFIF-PB in 2000 and President in 2006. He was nominated President of the AFFOI in 2007 and President of the Superior council of international civil servants in 2008. during his presidency the AFFOI has published its "Manifesto for the support of linguistic, cultural and conceptual diversity within international organisations", they have created the AFFOI for the youth, they have launched the interviews of the AFFOI and have organised the Day of the French language in international organisations, events that happen when the head of states of the 77 countries of the official “Francophonie” meet, every second year. In October 2012 he was invited as an expert at the Summit of Kinshasa where he presented a plan for diversity that was supported by many heads of international organizations including Irina Bokova, Director-general of UNESCO, Angel Gurria, Secretary general of the OECD, Pascal Lamy, Director general of WTO, Ahmed Uzumcu, Director general of OPCW, Michel Jarraud, Secretary general of WWO, Philippe Couvreur, Secretary general of ICJ and Benoit Battistelli, President of EPO. This plan opened new ways to defend diversity within multilateral environments. In 2011 he mentioned for the first time the principal of "Anthropocracy" which he further defined in 2013. In October 2013 he launched the ACFOI and the AJFOI that became the two operators of the AFFOI under the umbrella of a broader body: AFFOImonde (AFFOIworld).

Other activities

He is member of Mensa since 1994. He gives conferences and courses on "Management of multicultural environments" at Harvard Business School and Sciences Po Paris and on "the need of linguistic, cultural and conceptual diversity in the functioning of international organisations" to a broad range of multilateral institutions (United Nations (UN), the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Court (ICC), the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the European Space Agency (ESA), Europol and Eurojust, etc..). Dominique Hoppe also writes articles in the French press (e.g. Le Monde, le post, and technical reviews )


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