Sabiha was born and raised in Sarajevo. Once she received the scholarship to study in Turkey she moved to Turkey where she completed her BA in International Relations from Ege University in Izmir. She spent a semester at Maastricht University, European Studies as part of her BA studies. Shortly a er she received her BA degree she won the Schuman fellowship at the European Parliament, Policy Department for Western Balkans and Turkey. Sabiha has been involved in many different projects, organizations that are promoting social equality and social mobility. e latest activities were related to a fight against unpaid internships. As part of the fight she directed the short documentary named Colours of Unpaid Youth. Currently she works at EUROCONTROL trying to improve their traineeship program and make it more transparent. She likes to fight using different shapes of art such as applied theatre and contemporary dance.
Updated May 2017
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