Yasmina Alaoui holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Business Management from the Berlin School of Economics and Law. During her undergraduate studies, she spent a year abroad at Hogeschool van Amsterdam and Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. At the Hertie School, she studied international affairs, focusing on security and sustainability. She is particularly interested in the nexus between foreign affairs and sustainable development cooperation. Other areas of interest include European integration, political communication and anti-discrimination. She interned at the German Federal Foreign Office and is currently freelancing for Körber-Stiftung. She has also worked for NGOs and in the private sector. As a Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft scholar, she took part in various Model United Nations (MUN) Conferences.
Master's thesis title
Towards a global level playing field in mandatory human rights due diligence: Germany's role in the business and human rights domain in a European context