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Lena Rother studied social and political science, majoring in EU migration policy. Before joining SVR, she worked for the international child rights organisation Save the Children, latterly as Project Officer with responsibility for the psychosocial support and protection of refugee children in Germany. She recently graduated with a degree in psychology and neuroscience at King’s College London.
Tel +49 30. 288 86 59 – 34
- Since March 2019, Researcher in the SVRʼs Research Unit
- Project Officer Children on the Move, Save the Children Germany, 2016–2019
- Assistant Corporate Partners and Donor Communications, Save the Children Germany, 2014–2016
- Degree in psychology and neuroscience (postgraduate certificate), King’s College London, 2018–2019
- Master’s degree in political science, University of Bath, 2013–2015
- Bachelor’s degree in social science, University of Trier and University of Idaho, 2009–2012
- Scholarship holder, International Student Exchange Programme, 2011
- Volunteer in the European Voluntary Service, 2008
Rother, Lena/ Schulz-Algie, Robin (2018): Handbuch zu Schutz- und Spielräumen in Deutschland. Save the Children Deutschland e.V., Berlin.
Rother, Lena (2017): „Willkommensklassen“. Reelle Chance auf individuelle Förderung?, in: Achour, Sabine; Massing, Peter (Hrsg.): Individuelle Förderung, Wochenschau Sonderausgabe 2017, 68–73.