KAN Party Law

We are the KAN Party. We are a coalition of student and local organizations uniting forces to make the strongest impact possible for climate justice. We are Maastricht for Climate, Precious Plastic Maastricht, Food Coop, Love Foundation and Fossil Free. As organisations and individuals, we have experience with initiating concrete change and want to continue having a positive impact on the world. We are students who want climate justice and a socially and environmentally committed university – we are students who want change.

The systemic changes we need and demand must happen at all levels. This also includes our university. UM has financial resources, expertise and influence and, we believe, UM has a responsibility to put all this to good use. Together, we want to guide UM toward positive change.

Meharbash Kashif

Meharbash Kashif

My name is Meharbash or Meg and I was born in Pakistan, raised in Vietnam and I’m currently a second year European Law student! I've always been heavily involved with sustainability, writing for the Maastricht for Climate Content Team as well as spreading awareness about Fair Fashion with UNSA!

I have championed climate issues to anyone who listens, knowing change starts locally, however with its intersection with other social injustices like wealth inequality and feminism, I want to advocate with KAN to ensure all these matters are tackled head on at UM, within the diverse Law Faculty!

Elinice Adeyemi

Elinice Adeyemi

My name is Elinice, I’m a second year European Law student. I am Nigerian but I grew up in Oman. I am passionate about anti racism,last summer I, along with a group of activists, created Black Lives Matter Maastricht, a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting anti racism in the city. I am also currently on the board of ACMUS (African Caribbean Maastricht University Society), where we promote a community and a safe space for the African and Caribbean students of the city.

Danial Nikroo

Danial Nikroo

I am running for the Law Faculty Council because I believe that students should have their voices heard at every level of the university. Students are, and should be, the focus of every decision made within the university - I want to ensure that we advocate and push for the right issues. This includes a diverse and inclusive university life, as well as the steps UM can take to be sustainable and prepare us for the future. Progression is key.