Highlights from a remarkable twelve months for women across the world from #MeToo to women drivers in Jeddah. Here are some highlights.
It's been an extraordinary year for women and young girls. Millions have risen up against sexual violence, gender inequality and basic human rights. Here are some of the key moments.
DATE: January 2017
Iceland becomes the first country in the world to introduce legislation REQUIRING companies to PROVE pay equality.
DATE: June 2017
LOCATION: UN headquarters New York
June is about empowering young girls with a little help from Wonder Woman the film became the highest-grossing, female-directed movie worldwide
DATE: June 2017
JUNE The Unsterotype Alliance is launched to eliminate harmful gender stereotypes in adverts. New laws are introduced in France to protect the health of models
DATE: September 2017
September was a huge breakthrough for women in Saudi –as at last they're at last they're allowed to get behind the wheel of a car.
Date: October 2017
In October, allegations of abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein ignites a massive global movement and the metoo campaign is born.
DATE: December 2017
Before the year's end, celebrations in Australia's Parliament after the vote to legalize same-sex marriage is passed.
DATE: February 2018
Emma Gonzales speaks out against gun control after 17 people are shot dead at the Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.
DATE: March 2018
This March thousands of women are travelling to the Turkey-Syria border in support of their sisters, imprisoned in the war-torn country of Syria.