Anna Haslam grew up believing in education and equality for everyone. A lifelong campaigner for women’s rights, she was brave and progressive in a polite and courteous way. She lived through a time of incredible change and hardship in Ireland and as a Quaker the call of Christian duty motivated her always. One hundred years on we acknowledge that she made an important difference to the society we live in today. Read how and why she dedicated her life to making Ireland a better place for women.