PRS Foundation’s Keychange launches manifesto at EU parliament

Today (Tuesday 20 November), PRS Foundation’s CEO Vanessa Reed will present a Keychange manifesto for change at the European Parliament in Brussels, with the aim of increasing and sustaining representation of women in the music industry.

Outlining the current gender gap in music, the manifesto is formulated from the achievements, ideas and suggestions of Keychange partners and participants which include 60 emerging female artists and innovators and 7 festivals from Europe and Canada who’ve been working together over the past 18 months.

AIM has pledged to Keychange, and this year we were pleased to have over 50% female speakers at our digital conference Music Connected.

You can read the full manifesto online here.