Gabrielle Dickins is a Concordia undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Community, Public Affairs, and Policy Studies. As it pertains to human rights, she is interested in the meeting point between practical questions of policy, law, and enforcement, and theoretical questions of ethics and philosophy. First introduced to human rights issues by a high school teacher who fled the Burundian Genocide in 1993, Gabrielle has since been attentive to the role of disinformation in fomenting hate. She is both fascinated and concerned by the rapid growth of digital interconnectedness, technological innovation, and scientific capacities as conduits for all forms of violence. After completing her studies, Gabrielle aspires to work in advocacy, diplomacy, and policy-making.