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04/17/2024

Research: The music industry can strengthen musicians well-being through communities and collaboration

Collaboration, community, and education – these are the key themes of the recommendations resulting from a research study on the…
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03/24/2024

Research results and recommendations to the music industry presented at SPOT+

In collaboration with senior researcher Dr. Sally Anne Gross , the partnership presents results and recommendations from the research report…
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03/06/2024

New findings in research on the mental health of musicians

A new sub-report from the extensive collaboration between the partnership and the University of Westminster evaluates the impact of health…
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02/01/2024

Now it’s time to report on Equal Access

Retrieve your key figures and get ready. On February 19, we start the annual digital reporting on the Code of…
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02/01/2024

Partnership for Sustainable Development in Music invites you to an industry day on April 22, 2024

Take part in the annual industry day on April 22, 2024, when the Partnership for Sustainable Development in Music shares…
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01/18/2024

The partnership is supported by Velliv Foreningen

The partnership receives generous support from Velliv Foreningen for its efforts to uncover challenges and find solutions that can strengthen…
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11/28/2023

New Research: Musicians struggle significantly with well-being

New research has established that the well-being and mental health of Danish creative and performing musicians are far worse than…
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05/12/2023

The Partnership for Sustainable Development in Music presents at SPOT+

This year’s SPOT+ conference zoomed in on sustainability through inspiring presentations from a range of industry experts. The presentations were…
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03/30/2023

A new major study on mental health and well-being in the Danish music industry was launched today

Today, an ambitious research-based study on the mental health and well-being of musicians and music makers in Denmark has been…
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01/23/2023

New partnership to promote a sustainable music scene

The music industry lags behind when it comes to addressing sustainability and contributing to the change required to curb the…
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01/22/2023

Take part in an industry day about mental health and equal access in Danish music

The music industry faces huge challenges in attracting and retaining a strong, diverse pipeline of talent. The solutions are to…
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01/15/2023

New research on mental health in the music industry: What works, and what now?

In recent years, a number of music creators and performing artists have publicly come forward to describe their lack of…
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01/05/2023

Grønnere Musik joins forces with the Partnership for Sustainable Development in Music

The association Grønnere Musik (translating to Greener Music) and the Partnership for Sustainable Development in Music have agreed to join…