Adelaide single mum Esther Simbi spent more than half her life “invisible” in a Ugandan refugee camp. Now she’s aiming for a very visible political career.
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.
Natalia Vodianova is more than just a pretty face: the model is famous for her philanthropic streak.
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.
This brave woman deserves a bravery medal for stopping to help the soldier murdered on the streets of London today.
The popular newsreader has taken a stand against workplace bullying.
Iranian swimmer Elham Asghari is facing backlash over her breaststroke record.
The founder of the Everyday Sexism Project has achieved a win in her campaign to lobby Facebook over pages that glorify violence against women.
Melbourne author Carrie Tiffany has won our hearts with her generosity.
The Australian DJ and TV host has publicly laid bare her battle with mental illness.
This week's Women We Love is dedicated to Dr Hawa Abdi, who founded her own one-room clinic for mothers in Africa.