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Policy, Research & Politics

La industria de la música se une por el sonido sustentable en Music Climate Pact

El pacto medioambiental establece compromisos “que servirán como una declaración de intenciones para el sector musical mundial”.


India: Airline and airport operators have been asked to play Indian music only

To ask airline and airport operators to confine themselves to the Indian music route is at best silly and at worst lip service to India’s rich music traditions, which require more meaningful steps for preservation.

The Indian Express

Global music industry signs up to Music Climate Pact

A group of leading music companies have signed a wide-ranging commitment to ‘decarbonise’ the global music business in alignment with the latest science on climate change.

Music Week

Egypt: Syndicate of Musical Professions banned 19 musicians from performing

The Head of the Syndicate, Hani Shaker, justified the decision claiming that the artists “do not meet the standards of the Syndicate”.


Thomas Mapfumo on music, politics and unity

Mukanya’s heart will always reside in Zimbabwe, but calling out politicians in his music has made it difficult for him to live there. He is also ready to pass on the mantle.

New Frame

De la manipulation par la musique

Dans Si c’est un homme, Primo Levi raconte son emprisonnement au cours de l’année 1944 dans le camp d’Auschwitz-Monowitz. Emblématique du devoir de mémoire, le livre veut empêcher d’oublier les atrocités commises par le régime nazi dans les camps de concentration et les centres de mise à mort. Les musiques entendues dans les camps sont parmi les choses pratiquement inoubliables.

Classic Agenda

Bruce Springsteen y Barack Obama: de música y política

A primera vista, quizá no existan dos actividades tan distantes como las del político y el músico. Casi por definición, un político es lo opuesto a un músico y la mayor parte de los músicos se declaran apolíticos.


All members of Afghanistan National Institute of Music now evacuated from Kabul

All students, teachers, staff and family of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) have now been evacuated from Kabul after a fifth and final successful airlift on 16 November.


How the Beatles inspired a rock revolution in Argentina

The birth of Argentine rock coincided with a turbulent time in Latin American history when many countries fell under military dictatorships.

The World

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