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Policy, Research & Politics

Congo-Brazzaville: L'assemblée générale du CAM s'ouvre à Brazzaville

La 4e assemblée générale du Conseil africain de la musique (CAM) a débuté ce matin à Brazzaville en présence des États membres.

All Africa

Zimbabwe: Is a Music Policy Possible?

It is now a year since the formation of the Ministry of Sport, Arts and Culture. We had campaigned hard for the establishment of such a ministry but we have since realised that the ministry seems to be focused on sports only.

All Africa

Tunisia Promotes Peace Through Song

Tunisia's popular Hammamet International Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year by promoting peace, religious tolerance and unity.

All Africa

Understanding the value and impacts of cultural experiences

This review helps us understand how others have asked or considered the question 'what value do personal experiences of art and culture have for people?

Arts Council UK

La débâcle politique et militaire en Irak et la musique...

Classifiée par les agences de presse et les médias entre information de politique étrangère et vie culturelle musicale, la dépêche peine à être diffusée auprès du grand public.


Of New Music an the 99%

Some of the ways in which music makers are agitating for better pay and working conditions in various parts of the industry.

New Music Box

Towards a Fair Trade Standard for Live Music

Remember a time when we didn't use the words "organic" or "sustainable" during pretty much any discussion related to cultivating resources?

New Music Box

Guyana: A singer sparks outrage for telling the truth about her country's poverty

"Guyana is a very beautiful country, and it's also a poor country," Punch told the judges. She migrated to the US with her family, and she said "the reason we moved to America is because our grandmother wanted a better life for us."


BBC: ‘Britain's Most Dangerous Songs: Listen to the Banned’

From My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock to God Save the Queen, this is the story of ten records from the 1930s to the present day that have been banned by the BBC.


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