Dr. Sabrina Martin


Fellow at the University of Oxford
and Political Consultant


In February 2021, I was invited to speak to MoJ policymakers about what they can learn from philosophers. Alongside two
I was invited to participate in the EU's PANELFIT mutual learning encounter on new approaches to ICT data protection frameworks
I published a chapter on Artificial Intelligence and Government in Artificial Intelligence for Better or Worse (2019)
I spoke at the UN World Data Forum in a session entitled: Shaping the data governance landscape: A multi-sectoral approach
I've joined the editorial team of Ideology Theory Practice, a blog affiliated with the Journal of Political Ideologies. Find out more
I led research for the Government Digital Service's Global Digital Marketplace on how procurement can be used to advance gender
Read on Ideology Theory Practice Blog. Ethical consumerism has been around, in some form, since the early days of capitalism,
Artificial Intelligence, Risk Emergence, & Zero Trust Panel, July 2020. New England Complex Systems Institute. Read about the conference here.
I was interviewed by Fair AI for their 'Thought Leader Speaks' series. We discussed the responsible use of AI in
Government & AI: I was invited to speak at the OGP Global Summit in Ottawa, Canada. Read more about the
I was shortlisted for the Outstanding Tutor Award at Oxford University. The award ceremony was held at The Ashmolean Museum.
AI, Ethics, & Government Policy: I was invited to the UN Global Pulse "to explore how international organizations and other
Read on the Oxford Insights Blog. Walk in to any entry-level Ethics class and you’ll observe academic philosophers teaching their
I was invited to speak at the CYFY Conference on the relationship between technology and the state. Watch the video
Watch a video interview with me about teaching Leadership to summer school students https://youtu.be/avvhdgD8dUM
Blog published by Oxford University Press. Language is, of course, how we communicate political ideas to each other. But what
Published in the Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics. Abstract: Focusing on the basic structure as the subject of justice has
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