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Grainne is a first-year student at Flinders University studying Law and Legal Practice combined with Arts (majoring in Politics).
She is passionate about the environment and preservation of native bush land, having volunteered with multiple Landcare groups around SA for over a decade. She aspires to work in the human rights advocacy field in order to uplift women’s voices impacted by intersections of disadvantage particularly members of the LGBTIQ, neurodiverse and culturally/linguistically diverse communities.
She hopes to continue research into the impacts of colonialism on minority languages/culture in her future honours project, after her smaller research project comparing Te Reo Māori and Gaeilge. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering as a martial arts instructor, travel and chilling with her cat Pangur.