Shréya Dabideen is currently pursuing an LLB degree at the University of Cape Town. She holds an undergraduate degree in Politics, Governance, and Law from the University of Cape Town and is also a Young African Leadership Initiative Alumna. Prior to joining us, Shréya worked as a parliamentary monitor for the Parliamentary Monitoring Group and was a South African delegate at the World Youth Forum in Egypt. Shréya is actively involved in a community engagement project, where she teaches fundamental aspects of the law to underprivileged, high school students in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. She also represents students in student disciplinary hearings in high schools and at the University of Cape Town. She is at an advanced level in classical Indian dance and is a 1st dan black belt in Goju-Ryu Karate. Her research interests are intellectual property rights as a barrier in accessing healthcare, specifically assessing whether the TRIPS agreement hinders the ability of LMICS to access COVID-19 vaccines.