Raised in a small town in Northern Germany, Labiba Ahmed is enrolled in the Chemical and Process Engineering course at the Technical University of Hamburg. Coming from youth participation and anti-racism projects, she is committed to university politics in order to speak out and fight for the rights of students, and strengthen the self-governing student body by empowering students, who are not yet ready to stand up for their rights. In her spare time, Labiba is active as a board member of an association that organises political-education-work in order to support participation (projects) and fight group-related misantrophy.
Updated May 2018
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