Samar Badawi – Samar Badawi, pictured, served seven months in jail for refusing to return to her abusive father. She fell foul of Saudi Arabia's guardianship laws but was released after an online campaign.
Rawda Al-Youssef – Rawda Al-Youssef, pictured, runs a campaign called "My Guardian Knows What's Best For Me" arguing men and women have complementary but not equal roles. She says women who campaign for more rights are a pampered minority who have no real problems.
Najla Hariri – Najla Hariri has defied the ban on women driving, but can no longer drive after she and her guardian were forced to sign a pledge. " I'm a 47-year-old woman, I should be my own guardian," she argues.
Samar Fatany – Samar Fatany, a radio journalist, was one of the first women employed in government 30 years ago. She thinks Saudi women have a great opportunity for change that they need to take advantage of.