Sarah holds a First Class Honours degree in Politics from Leeds Beckett University, and a Master’s in Global Political Economy from the University of Sheffield.
Sarah’s research interests include postcolonial studies, gender and feminism, theories and causes of inequality and areas of economic theory.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys reading, doing volunteer work and is currently learning Spanish.
Despite greater numbers of women in higher education, gender disparities still exist in work across Europe. If Member States can reduce these gaps, both prosperity and GDP would improve across the continent.
When the institution of care is seen as a public responsibility as opposed to a private matter, European nation states are more economically stable and children are granted high levels of education or care.
Many European Nations such as the UK and Poland are not doing enough to legally protect the rights of their gender diverse and transgender citizens.