Policy, Research & Politics

Eurovision en Israël: le groupe islandais menacé d'être refoulé pour motif politique

Selon plusieurs sources médiatiques, le groupe Hatari qui doit représenter l'Islande lors du concours de l'Eurovision en Israël, en mai prochain, pourrait se voir refuser l'entrée dans le pays. Ses membres ont affiché des positions décrites comme pro-palestiniennes.

France Soir

The EU copyright directive creates a fairer partnership between creators and big tech

Last week’s adoption of the EU Copyright Directive by the European Parliament lifts a cloud that has been hanging over creators, and creative industries for many years.

Music Business Worldwide

Indonesia's 'dangerous' moves on music strike discord

Performers say Jakarta's proposed regulatory law threatens industry's existence.


Musicians Union of Liberia 'to tackle piracy'

The newly elected president of the Musicians Union of Liberia (MULIB), Sammy Gray Gboguy, has said piracy and the protection of intellectual property (IP) are areas his team will address.

Music in Africa

The Story of Feminist Punk

From Patti Smith to Bikini Kill, the songs that have crushed stereotypes and steered progress.


Erdogan nouvelle rock star politique

Depuis quelques semaines, le chef de l'Etat turc démarre ses meetings en fredonnant une chanson populaire pour électriser ses partisans qui n'en demandent pas mieux.


The debate: should Spotify ban R Kelly and Michael Jackson?

Kelly and Jackson stand accused of child sexual abuse – prompting a fierce debate about whether streaming platforms should remove their music.

The Guardian

American Violinist Aims To Raise Profile Of Black Classical Music Composers From Around The World

Although few people can name even three black classical composers, the Chicago-based violinist Rachel Barton Pine can name 350.


Russia: Censorship of Younger Generation’s Music

Russian authorities have been interfering with performances of rappers and other musicians popular with younger audiences, forcing them to cancel concerts in acts of censorship that violate freedom of expression.

Human Rights Watch

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