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The MU spoke to Badass Women’s Hour XL about sexual harassment in the music industry and our new campaign to change the law to protect freelancers too.

A general election is coming. With Brexit still looming on the horizon, it is more important than ever that your voice is heard.

A guest blog by National Organiser Live Performance Dave Webster, originally given as a speech on behalf of the International Federation of Musicians (FIM).

The MU was delighted to give evidence as part of a live music inquiry held by the National Assembly of Wales’ Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee.

New research by the MU reveals 48% of members surveyed have been sexually harassed at work, and more than half have witnessed incidents of sexual harassment while working.

This guest post from musician, author and international speaker Nate Holder sets out ten tracks that show the diversity of black British music – an essential playlist for this year’s Black History month and beyond.

Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay. If you or someone you know in the music industry is struggling, there is specialist support out there.

National Album Day celebrates the art of the album and the joy of listening to an album as a body of work. This year Naomi Pohl, MU Deputy General Secretary, shares what the album means to her.

Imposter syndrome affects 62% of people in the workplace, and two thirds of women at work. In the creative industries that figure is much higher, somewhere around 87%.

In this blog, Assistant General Secretary Phil Kear discusses what the DCMS’s newly published advice implies for British musicians in the event of a no deal Brexit.