Your voice can change our Industry: Music Industry Review

Joining Danny for Breakfast was Julia Robinson, Managing Director from the Australian Festival Association to discuss a confidential survey that’s calling for submissions from within the industry.

Last year the music industry came together to launch the Music Industry Review on sexual harm, sexual harassment and systemic discrimination.

If you are working in the music industry, the Music Industry Review wants to hear your stories, opinions and observations to help create safer and more inclusive workplaces in which we can all thrive.

More information is available via the Music Industry Review Website 

To particpate in the survey click here!

Learn more about the Australian Festival Association!

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