|A.K.A.||Oesterle-Schwerin, Jutta Schwerin|
|Birth||25 February 1941, Jerusalem, Israel|
|Politics||Social Democratic Party of Germany, Alliance '90/The Greens|
Jutta Oesterle-Schwerin (25 February 1941 in Jerusalem) is a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party and later in life of Alliance '90/The Greens. She is the sister of Israeli historian Tom Segev.
After school in Jerusalem Oesterle-Schwerin studied Interior design in Stuttgart and graduated in 1969. In 1974 Oesterle-Schwerin became a member of Social Democratic Party (SPD). In 1980, (NATO Double-Track Decision), she left German party SPD and became 1983 a member of German party Alliance '90/The Greens. From 1987 to 1990 she was member of German Bundestag for Alliance '90/The Greens. On 28 November 1989, she objected to German reunification, stating that there was not a single sensible reason for German unity. Until 2008 Oesterle-Schwerin worked as a freelance architect in Berlin.