'We can make a stand': the Extinction Rebellion activist hoping to be an MEP

Daze Aghaji, 19, says her generation must lead the way to avert climate catastrophe Few prospective MEPs will be in the middle of their first year undergraduate exams when hundreds of millions of people across Europe go to the polls later this week. But 19-year-old Londoner Daze Aghaji believes now is the time for her generation to make a stand.“We are at a turning point,” says Aghaji. “This generation can take leadership and make this change happen or we are facing a genuinely terrible future – so I am trying to do something, to be part of a new politics, part of the new world I want to see.” Continue reading...

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