During the rise of COVID-19 pandemic, we frequently got together as a group to exchange ideas on the crisis we all experienced in different ways around the world and to support each other in the challenges we faced.

In an expanding network of young people, we discussed how we can collectively respond to precarious circumstances of the present and foster the necessary transformations for the future.

Interested in critical analyses of local and global social power structures in these times, we aim to establish conversations around the globe on how these transformations should look like. 

We are a group of young people from Chile, Uganda, India, Canada, South Africa, Germany and Australia. We are Sanskriti, Colman, Zoë, Camilo, Sarah, Alex, Saanika and Adrian.

We are learning about the global political economy, coloniality, social justice, ecology and gender from various angles and within a variety of professions and studies.


We are working to critically tackle social inequalities and structural discrimination such as racism, sexism, homophobia and ableism and classism. We are engaged for a more socially just and ecologically more sustainable humanity around the globe.

If you want to know more about us, feel free to contact us.