Ksenija Bekeris

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Ksenija Milda Bekeris (born April 11, 1978 in Hamburg ) is a German SPD politician and a member of the Hamburg Parliament .

Life and work

After the acquisition of the general university in 1997 at the High School Kaltenkirchen Ksenija Bekeris started from 1998 to 2000 at the Hamburg University , a degree in medicine . From 2000 to 2001 she made a stay abroad in Michigan / USA before completing her sociology studies in Hamburg from 2001 to 2006 . Ksenija Bekeris finished her studies with a degree in sociology with a focus on child poverty and intergenerational justice . She had studied political science, psychology and education in her minor subjects.

During her studies, Ksenija Bekeris was continuously employed and worked, for example, as a teaching assistant at a comprehensive school. For a long time she was involved in language training for children. She has been a vocational school teacher since 2015.


Ksenija Bekeris joined the SPD in 2003. She is the deputy chairwoman of the SPD district Barmbek- Mitte and has been a member of the district executive committee of the SPD in the Hamburg-Nord district since 2006 . In February 2008, she was in the state election as the directly elected representatives in the constituency Barmbek-Uhlenhorst-Dulsberg move into the Hamburg Parliament.

She was re-elected to number 1 on the constituency list in the 2011 and 2015 mayor elections.

Since 2011 Ksenija Bekeris has been deputy parliamentary group leader and social policy spokeswoman for the SPD parliamentary group in the citizenry. She is a member of the Committee on Social Affairs, Labor and Integration and the Budget Committee.

On February 23, 2020, Bekeris moved into the Hamburg citizenship again .

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Individual evidence

  1. Election to the citizenship and the election to the district assemblies on February 24, 2008. In: Official Anzeiger. Part II of the Hamburg Law and Ordinance Gazette. No. 22, March 18, 2008, p. 699 ( PDF ; 295 kB).
  2. Statistical Office for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein (Ed.): Elections for the citizenship and for the district assemblies on February 24, 2008. Volume 2: Calculation and allocation of mandates. Hamburg, September 2008, ISSN  1613-4974 , p. 40 ( PDF ; 925 kB).