Sabina currently works at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology in Bosnia and Herzegovina teaching research methods and political psychology. She is also a director of the Balkan Institute for Conflict Resolution, Responsibility and Reconciliation. Sabina received her PhD in social psychology from the University of Sussex in 2008.
Sabina specializes in the field of intergroup relations, specifically on reconciliation in post-conflict societies, collective emotions of guilt and shame, collective responsibility, dehumanization, and other moral disengagement strategies. She has published numerous research articles on the issues of acknowledgment, group-based responsibility, guilt, and intergroup forgiveness. Sabina has previously worked as a consultant for various local and international NGO’s, including UNICEF, UNDP, and Save the Children UK. Sabina is also a member of International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), the Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), the International Society of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) and the American Psychological Society (APS).