Born in Tunisia, Sarah is a jurist specializing in International Public Law, and a graduate of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University. She completed her bachelor’s degree at the Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis whilst working for the NGO “Al Bawsala” on the control of parliamentary work.

Sarah is very involved in community work. She volunteered at the Shoucha refugee camp in Tunisia, and then in 2014, she volunteered as an English teacher for children with learning difficulties in India.

Following her keen interest for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, she chose to specialize in these two branches of law, and participated in several simulation competitions: namely the African Union Model, and the International Model of the United Nations in Tunisia, the Human Rights Advocacy in Qatar, and the French Red Cross In France as well as a competition for UNICEF in Lyon.

Sarah wrote her thesis on the principle of non-refoulement of asylum seekers. She has also worked at the National Court of Asylum Law.

To date, Sarah has notably contributed to the WWoW website by working on content in Arabic.