Throughout history, there have been many women peace activists who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female peace activists such as Yoko Ono, Rigoberta Menchú, Leymah Gbowee, Bertha von Suttner, Jody Williams.The women peace activists featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Yoko OnoYoko Ono
18 February 1933, Japanese
Bianca JaggerBianca Jagger
02 May 1945, Nicaraguan, British

Alexandra PaulAlexandra Paul
29 July 1963, American

Rigoberta MenchúRigoberta Menchú
09 January 1959, Guatemalan

Bertha von SuttnerBertha von Suttner
09 June 1843, Austrian
Pacifist, First Woman to Receive the Nobel Peace

Leymah GboweeLeymah Gbowee
01 February 1972, Liberian
Peace activist
Mairead MaguireMairead Maguire
27 January 1944, Irish
Peace Activist

Jody Williams Jody Williams
09 October 1950, American
Political & Peace Activist

Betty WilliamsBetty Williams
22 May 1943, Northern Irish
Julie ChristieJulie Christie
14 April 1940, British
Film actress

Samantha SmithSamantha Smith
29 June 1972, American
Samantha SmithSamantha Smith
04 November 1969, American

Rachel CorrieRachel Corrie
10 April 1979, American
Diarist, Biographer

Cindy SheehanCindy Sheehan
10 July 1957, American

Peace PilgrimPeace Pilgrim
18 July 1908, American
Peace activist

Eagle WomanEagle Woman
1820 AD, American
Mary Emma WoolleyMary Emma Woolley
13 July 1863, American

May Wright SewallMay Wright Sewall
27 May 1844, American

Fuki KushidaFuki Kushida
17 February 1899, Japanese

Esther Hobart McQuigg Slack MorrisEsther Hobart McQuigg Slack Morris
08 August 1812, American
Justice of the Peace