Dahye is an activist and researcher based in London and Berlin. Her research interests are gender/social norms, gender and global health, intersectionality, health inequality, SRH, Gender-based Violence and decolonisation. She engaged deeply with the migrant and refugee community while living in Berlin as an activist, hosting events and workshops with women and adolescents from the community. She holds a Master’s Degree in Development Cooperation. She has been engaged in research projects promoting adolescent girls’ SRH and Gender-based Violence in Uganda, South Korea, and Cambodia in recent years. Currently, Dahye is a PhD candidate at the Department of Global Health and Development in the Faculty of Public Health and Policy at LSHTM. Her project aims to explore how gender norms affect access to information and services related to Sexual Reproductive Health among South Korean adolescent girls and unmarried women.