Baroness Doreen Lawrence has been named Britain's most powerful woman.
The anti-racism campaigner, who has dedicated over two decades to fighting racism, topped the BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Power List 2014.
Selected by a panel, the list comprises the top ten women who have fought for what they believe in and dedicated time to make an impact on the lives of others.
Announced by Home Secretary Theresa May, Lawrence headed a selection of influential woman which included disability campaigner, Francesca Martinez, and anti-FGM activists, Leyla Hussein and Nimco Ali.
May, who appeared on last year's list, described Baroness Lawrence as "truly an example to us all".
In 2011, Lawrence was inducted into the Show Racism the Red Card Hall of Fame at an event in Parliament for her inspirational work in the field of race equality.
On Baroness Lawrence being named in the list, Chief Executive Ged Grebby said: "It is wonderful news that Doreen has been recognised in this way."
"She is a major inspiration to all of us in the field of anti-racism for her dedicated campaign work over the past 20 years."