Throughout history, there have been many British women activists who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great British female activists such as Annie Besant, Emmeline Pankhurst, Jane Goodall, Mary Wollstonecraft, Emily Davison.
Amal AlamuddinAmal Clooney
03 February 1978, Lebanese, British
Lawyer, Activist
Jane GoodallJane Goodall
03 April 1934, British
Anthropologist

Joanna LumleyJoanna Lumley
01 May 1946, British
Actress

Heather MillsHeather Mills
12 January 1968, British
Media Personality

Sandi ToksvigSandi Toksvig
03 May 1958, Danish, British
Comedian, Writer

Bianca JaggerBianca Jagger
02 May 1945, Nicaraguan, British
Actress
Mary WollstonecraftMary Wollstonecraft
27 April 1759, British
Writer

Emmeline PankhurstEmmeline Pankhurst
04 July 1858, British
Leader of the British Suffragette Movement

Annie BesantAnnie Besant
01 October 1847, British
Member of the London School Board

Emily DavisonEmily Davison
11 October 1872, British
Activist
Sally BercowSally Bercow
22 November 1969, British
John Bercow's Wife

Anita RoddickAnita Roddick
23 October 1942, British
 
Millicent FawcettMillicent Fawcett
11 June 1847, British
Suffragist

Marie StopesMarie Stopes
15 October 1880, British
Paleobotanist & Women’s Rights Activists

Ingrid NewkirkIngrid Newkirk
11 June 1949, British, American
President of People for the Ethical Treatment of
Caryl ChurchillCaryl Churchill
03 September 1938, British
Dramatist, Women's Rights Activist

Caroline Jones ChisholmCaroline Chisholm
30 May 1808, British
Immigrant Welfare Activist
Caroline NortonCaroline Norton
22 March 1808, British
Author

Jane McGrathJane McGrath
04 May 1966, British
England-born Australian cancer support campaigner

Sheherazade GoldsmithSheherazade Goldsmith
14 March 1974, British
Environmentalist, Socialite
Josephine ButlerJosephine Butler
13 April 1828, British
Social Worker

Gaia WiseGaia Wise
04 December 1999, British
Emma Thompson's Daughter
Anna JamesonAnna Jameson
19 May 1794, British
Writer, Women Rights Activist

Kim SearsKim Sears
10 December 1987, British
Artist

Mary DyerMary Dyer
1611 AD, British
Religious martyrdom

Hayley OkinesHayley Okines
03 December 1997, British
Activist
Saffron AldridgeSaffron Aldridge
1968 AD, British
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