Breaking barriers: How the UK biz is embracing diversity

Daniel Gumble

Last year saw the subject of music industry diversity thrust under the spotlight like never before. Though many have been campaigning, discussing and railing for decades against the scant representation of women and people of BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) origin in the industry, in 2016 it appeared that major institutions were beginning to address the issue with a new sense of urgency.

Following the now infamous #BritsSoWhite furore after the 2016 BRIT Awards, organisers delivered a major overhaul ...

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