Safiye Sahin is pursuing her Ph.D. and working as a research assistant at the Refugee Law Clinic of the Humboldt University of Berlin. She studied Law at the Free and Humboldt universities, specializing in International and Constitutional Law, with diverse study visits in Barcelona, Budapest, and Istanbul. She completed her legal clerkship, at the German Department for Foreign Affairs, at a Co-Plaintiff of the NSU case in Munich, and at the Chair for Constitutional Law at the University of Istanbul, among others. She also volunteers for vulnerable groups, such as children, youth, and refugees.
She is a 2017-2018 participant in AGI’s “Transatlantic Exchange Program for Young Minorities,” sponsored by the Transatlantic Program of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through Funds of the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation: Cross-Cultural Understanding and Joint Action
German-American Issues 21 AGI is pleased to present two essays from the third round of the AGI New Transatlantic Exchange Program: Giving Voice to Diversity. This innovative program establishes new …