In 2017, the spectre of gender imbalance, inequality and sexism in workforces around the UK has been laid bare. The exposition of the gender pay gap at the BBC was but the tip of the iceberg.
Indeed, PRS Foundation’s Women Make Music Evaluation asserts that women represent just 16% of UK songwriters and composers, while also highlighting a lack of women in other roles across the industry – with engineering being cited as a male-dominated arena.
Likewise, and as with ...
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