Arezoo is an advocate for young women's civic leadership based in Toronto. Her work takes an intersectional approach to understanding the role of young women and girls in grassroots and institutional politics, as well as the relationship between sexual violence, public safety, and women’s civic engagement. She has an intimate understanding of the multiple barriers young women, especially young immigrant women of colour, must overcome in order to voice their opinions and materialize their ideas into actions within our political system.
Yasmin has a background in public policy and city building. She currently works as a facilitator connecting local communities, special interests and governments to create innovative policy solutions.
She is an advocate and community organizer working on issues of youth political engagement, women's rights and food justice. Yasmin strongly believes in the importance of an anti-colonial and intersectional lens in doing feminist work.