Judith Wanga moved to England from Congo when she was three, and has lived in North London since her move.
In her BBC3 documentary, The Most Dangerous Place In The World To Be A Woman, Judith returned to Congo for the first time to see her parents. The documentary focused on the use of rape as a weapon of war in Congo, and the other abuse and oppression faced by women in the country.
Jude has continued to be an activist for Congo generally, and specifically for women in Congo, but she also writes and campaigns for issues in Britain.
She has written on sexism, racism, feminism and their intersections for The Telegraph, The Independent, Media Diversified, The Guardian, and on football for Eurosport and the London Review of Books. She has spoken in Parliament on the use of rape as a weapon of war. She was the Frankfurt International School’s 2011 Graduation Key Note Speaker, which recognised her work for women in Britain and Congo. She is an ambassador for Women for Women International UK.