Sarah Delere holds a Bachelor of Arts in History, Political Science and Catholic Theology from the Freie Universität Berlin. Having worked extensively on the intersection of religion and politics, she spent a research year at the University of Cambridge during her undergraduate studies. At the Hertie School, Sarah pursued an MPP focusing on development politics, international security and public management. She spent an exchange semester at the American University in Cairo, concentrating on regional development and security politics in the Middle East. Her previous work experience includes interning at various stations in the German Bundestag’s administration, the strategic unit of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Berlin office of the NGO MISEREOR, inter alia. She was also the Social Democratic Party’s point person for churches and religious communities.
Master’s thesis title
The implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in authoritarian regimes