Already, 2019 has been a momentous year for women.
From January, women in Ireland were able to have legal abortions for the first time.
In March, the Government launched its voluntary Investing in Women Code, which will force financial institutions to help close the funding gap for Britain’s female entrepreneurs.
And, in April, an algorithm created by 29-year-old Dr Katie Bouman, gave the world its first ever photograph of a black hole.
Not bad going - but we have a feeling the rest of the year could look even brighter.
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