Before Covid-19, a wide range of advocacy work was centred around live music – from campaigns to improve gender diversity in line-ups and accessibility for disabled customers, to environmental projects, to proactive drives around recruitment, inclusion and mental health.
But what have experts and practitioners in these areas been doing since live music shut down? And when music events do return, against an uncertain economic backdrop, is there a risk that their important work will be diminished? The first in a new series of Lost Causes discussions counts the broader cost of the business interruption due to Covid-19…
Adam Webb, FanFair Alliance (Chair)
Francine Gorman, Outreach Coordinator, KeyChange
Jacob Sylvester Bilabel, Green Music Initiative / Everywh2ere Hydrogen
Natalie Wade, Founder, Small Green Shoots
Paul Hawkins, Head of Volunteering & Skills Development, Attitude is Everything
Sital Panesar, MusicaTherapy / Music Industry Therapists & Coaches
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