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Ivors Academy 2023 pay gap data published

The data shows a continuing pay gap in favour of women and an ethnicity gay gap which has reduced for the third year in a row. By all measures, the Academy has lower pay gaps than national averages.

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In The Room Returns for 2024 – applications open now

Apply for the second year of In The Room now to conduct paid research on music related topic and to increase your leadership and advocacy skills.

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The Ivors Academy launches its first-ever Songwriting Camp with YouTube Music

The 2-day camp held in April offers a unique blend of music creation, industry networking, and educational opportunities for its members, under the guidance of esteemed songwriters and producers.

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Rising Stars Victoria Canal and Rachel Chinouriri lead the charge as The British Music Embassy returns to SXSW

The British Music Embassy returns to SXSW in Austin, Texas from Saturday 9th March to Saturday 16th March to shine a light on some of the most exciting music talent from across the UK.  

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Women in CTRL report shows increased representation on UK music trade association Boards

A report from Women in CTRL has shown increased representation on music trade association Boards.

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New voluntary code to tackle the lack of transparency in music streaming launched

A voluntary code to address the lack of transparency in music streaming has been launched by the Intellectual Property Office.

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Parliament calls for urgent action as women in music face widespread misogyny, discrimination and harassment

Following an in-depth investigation, the Women and Equalities Committee has published a damning report about misogyny in music, calling for concerted action by the industry and government.

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