Gabrielle is an Arts/Law graduate with a focus on social justice, human rights and visual arts in the public sphere. Majoring in French Studies, she worked largely on the representation of French culture and identity through philosophy, literature and film, giving her a particular interest in the deeper implications of creative expression. She has interned as a research analyst for non-government organisations in New York and Jakarta, concentrating on the prevention of mass atrocity crimes and the impact of free trade agreements on human rights in Indonesia. Gabrielle has also worked widely on the experience of women in the justice system, the role women can play in creating meaningful policy reform, and the use of sexual violence in the commission of atrocity crimes.
- Genesis 1:26-28 and Environmental Rights
- Why did Australia abolish birthright citizenship?
- What happens when a remote Aboriginal community in Western Australia is ‘closed’?
- Shaun Tan – a small collection
- The country is like a body