Sabine Franklin earned her PhD from the School of Organisations, Economy and Society at the University of Westminster. Her thesis examines the local governance of 2014 Ebola Epidemic in a comparative case study of Sierra Leone and Liberia. She has research interests in international development, global health governance, and qualitative fieldwork methods. Her work can be seen in Africa Spectrum and the upcoming Routledge’s The African State: Legitimacy, Governance and Development edited by Banik, Kayuni and Dulani.She is also a public engager and has contributed on social and political commentary to Meeting of Minds UK, The Guardian, and DailyXtra.
Position: Visiting Researcher at the Westminster Development Policy Research Network
Regional Focus: Sub-Saharan Africa