To mark International Women's Day, we celebrate ground-breakers and game-changers who are making a difference with courage, commitment and passion to burn.

In the Arab Spring of 2011, Pulitzer prize-winning photographer Lynsey Addario was kidnapped by pro-Gaddafi troops during Libya’s rebellion against its tyrannical leader. This is her story…

She has been referred to as the 21st-century Mother Teresa. Now, at 90 years old, Australian doctor, Catherine Hamlin is up for the Nobel Peace Prize.

The unlikely pop star fights for the rights of women from the most unlikeliest of positions: as a celebrity judge on a TV talent show.

The founder of the Everyday Sexism Project has achieved a win in her campaign to lobby Facebook over pages that glorify violence against women.