Isabel Linzer is a Research Associate at Freedom House, where she coordinates sub-Saharan Africa research for the organization’s flagship report on political rights and civil liberties, Freedom in the World, and its annual study of internet freedom, Freedom on the Net. Isabel is also a researcher for Freedom House’s upcoming project on transnational repression. Before joining Freedom House, Isabel worked at the National Democratic Institute, supporting the organization’s international election observation mission to Liberia’s 2017 presidential election. Her writing has been published in The Washington Post, African Arguments, and Just Security. Isabel holds a B.A. in government and French from Wesleyan University.
- An explainer for when the internet goes down: What, who and why? | African Arguments – July 24, 2019
- Benin’s unrest reflects a broader worrying trend in West Africa | African Arguments – May 8, 2019