Christina Adane is a campaigner based in London. She started her journey at Bite Back, where she was co-chair of a youth-led movement fighting for a fairer food system in the UK. She's most known for starting the campaign to extend free school meal provisions during lockdown which was later spearheaded by Marcus Rashford, as well as other campaigns around junk food marketing and food equity issues.
Her international work includes delivering food systems workshops to youth from South-East Asia/ Pacific countries in Thailand, and working with NGOs and local communities to raise awareness of the humanitarian crisis in Tigray.
Her work has been recognised by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and by the BBC who named her one of the top 100 women of the world in 2020. In 2021, she won the Diana Legacy Award for her efforts in fighting for a fairer food system. Christina was also a finalist for the International Peace Prize in 2021 and on the list for Politico’s Power 40 in 2023.