They include 18 women who are convicted or accused of crimes including murder, people smuggling, robbery, drugs trafficking and serious fraud by countries across Europe.
Europol spokeswoman Tine Hollevoet said: “People think that usually these crimes are not being committed by women, but they are and they are equally as serious as those committed by men.
“[When] a viewer scrolls [on the Europol website], the face of the wanted fugitive is revealed and they will be able to see if it’s a man or a woman.
“The idea is to attract as many visitors as possible, with experience showing us that the more eyes that look at the wanted fugitives, the higher the chance to locate and arrest the wanted person’.”
Amberg is wanted for drug trafficking in Estonia.
On arrest she faces a jail term of one year and nine months.
Elizabeth Dizon Honrada
Alongside four men she is alleged to have broken into numerous apartments and stolen cash and jewellery.
Shakirgazieva was arrested in September 2015, appeared in court and remanded into custody.
But after being granted bail in May 2017 she went on the run.
Operating in every major French city the gang housed in the girls in terrible conditions, charging them exorbitant rents, it is claimed.
The victims, who were run by an older woman known as ‘la Mama,’ were then prostituted on the streets.
The money they made was then sent back to Nigeria through an informal payment system known as “hawala”.
Enderle, 43, is wanted by Romanian police who suspect her of trafficking girls, some minors, into the Czech Republic.
In the early hours of October 20, in Riga, Latvia, Sacjuka and an accomplice beat a woman to death.
The victim was punched and kicked repeatedly, breaking nearly all her ribs.
The injuries caused lethal damage to her vital organs.
Following the attack Sacjuka, 20, and her accomplice tried to cover the body with leaves.
She was sentenced to 3 years, 11 months and 28 days but remains at large.
Dudas is wanted by the Hungarian courts for drug dealing and child abuse.
Dudas and her partner often took along their young children while they were dealing.
Skarits Skarits is wanted by Austrian police in connection with a massive real estate and rental fraud which allegedly saw her swindle around 4.2m Euros.
One girl jumped out of a window in an attempt to escape and was hospitalised.