Aghaji is a London based Youth Climate Justice Activist who centres on
Regenerative Cultures, Intersectionality, Radical Social Justice and
Youth Political Engagement in her work.
Described by The Guardian as “a
ball of energy, conviction and warmth”, Daze's advocacy for racial
systemic change has led her to work with many leading charities,
institutions, governments and grassroots change-makers globally.
2019, she became the youngest candidate to stand in a European
Parliamentary election and ran under the banner of a Climate and
Ecological Emergency Independent to bring awareness to the need for
political will in addressing the climate crisis. She has strong ties
with the climate movement Extinction Rebellion since its early days and
she was a founding member of the movement’s youth branch.
Daze is currently a Creative Director at Earthrise Studio, a creative agency dedicated to communicating the climate crisis as well as an Artist in Residence at Phytology, the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. Daze's work is rooted in deep love, duty and care for all life; she continues to passionately organise with many grassroots campaigns and organisations