Sara was born in Belgrade to a war correspondent for The New York Times and a front-line translator. Growing up in a tense geopolitical context fueled her ambition to understand global conflict and to contribute to the promotion of human and minority rights through robust policy solutions. Sara has interned in war crimes tribunals, conducted fieldwork in post-conflict areas, and served as project leader for the Voices of Kashmir, a grassroots program conducting digital storytelling workshops for young Kashmiris. She holds an MA in nationalism studies from the Central European University, and a BA in war studies and history from King’s College, London. Her work as a freelance writer has appeared in Le Monde, The Heptagon Post, and Tehelka.
Updated January 2016
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