Next Generation Leaders
The Equinox Next Generation Leaders Programme is a three-month training programme that aims to empower young people to become strong advocates for racial justice and to make meaningful change.
meet Our 2022 Cohort
Gowinda Ama Armoo
My name is Gowinda Ama Armoo (she/her), and I am a third-year European Studies student in Maastricht. I have lived in the Netherlands for the last 3 years but was born and raised in Berlin, Germany, by Ghanaian parents. I aim to devote my career to amplifying the voices of racialised people and their different identities.
My name is Carolin Diener, and I am a fourth-year medical student at the University of Hamburg, Germany. Empathy, solidarity, intersectionality, human connections and self-care are really important concepts to me. Within activism, I have found peers with the same values as me and who fight for awareness about and action for social rights. I want to continue to build upon that work to impact structural change for a juster world.
My name is Raghad Alshikh (she/her). I am a 24-year-old Syrian Based in Berlin, currently studying International Emergency and Disaster Relief. From a young age, I have been committed to the safeguarding of Human Rights, which has made me grow. Europe is now my new home, so I want to be involved in these matters to spread awareness about issues I have personally lived.
My name is Sarah-Maria, and I’m French with a Moroccan background. Currently a Master’s student in Geography, I’m also an advocate for climate and racial justice. The only way to achieve a fair ecological transition is to help each and every one to reclaim it, and that’s what I work for. “You cannot develop people. You must allow people to develop themselves.” – Julius Nyerere, former president of Tanzania.