It's time for mutual sollutions for common problems within the music industry.
The last few years, a number of creating and practicing artists have come forward and told the public about discriminating and sexistic behaviour as well as failure to thrive within the music industry. Studies support this and show, among other things, that creating and practicing musicians are up to three times as likely to suffer from anxiety and depression as the general population.
The music industry is behind when it comes to contributing to the changes that are needed to release the pressure on social sustainability. Collaboration between different players is essential for the sollution to a lot of the big, complex challenges regarding sustainability that the music business is facing.
Musiklivets Partnerskab for Bæredygtig Udvikling (the music industry's partnership for sustainable development) invites everybody to a presentation and a conversation about a strenghtened cooperation within the music industry and puts forward the question of how we as a community address big challenges now and in the future: equal access and mental health.
About Musiklivets Partnerskab for Bæredygtig Udvikling:
Musiklivets Partnerskab for Bæredygtig Udvikling was founded in 2022 at the initiative of a group of companies and organisations within the Danish music industry. They have come together to spread and develope sollutions on cross-cutting challenges that stands in the way of a more sustainable music industry. Find more information about the partnership in the link: www.musiklivetspartnerskab.dk.
How can the partnership contribute to creating structural changes? How can we create mutual goals that can be reached through individual as well as coordinated efforts?
What is the next in to handle the industries common challenges regarding mental health?
And how can people as actors within the music business work to create equal terms conditions?
These and many other questions will be addressed in the talk by Musiklivets Partnerskab for Bæredygtig Udvikling and experts within the field.
Dr. George Musgrave, Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster
Kamilia Amélie, Advisory board member, MentalVoice
Sol Raja, Senior Executive Consultant, and Rikke Bräuner, Senior DE&I Advisor, Above & Beyond Group
Alexander Engel, Course Manager, Restage
This introduction will be in Danish.
Presented by Musiklivets Partnerskab for Bæredygtig Udvikling in cooperation with Promus & SPOT+