Sign the #WorkingInTheEU petition to call on Government and Parliament to back free movement for musicians post-Brexit.
Being able to tour and travel to work is vital to many musicians’ careers. And before the EU gave us free movement in its member states, travelling in Europe was tough; expensive, heavy on the admin, and time-consuming.
That’s why we’re fighting for free movement for musicians working in the EU, with minimum administrative burdens.
Add your voice to the call. Sign our petition via Change.org.
Signing the petition and sharing it on social media only takes a couple of minutes, and can make a really big difference to the campaign.
We will be sending the petition straight to Number 10, as well as to the leaders of all the main political parties, and the Ministers and Shadow Ministers for both Brexit and Culture.
Is your MP from the Labour Party?
We’ll be at Labour Party Conference from Sunday 24 – Wednesday 27 September.
Write to your MP asking them to visit us on Stand 132, where they can find out more about why free movement matters and sign the pledge to protect it.
Here’s how to do it:
Is your MP from a different party?
- Find out who your MP is via Write To Them
- Use the email tool to write to your MP
- Ask your MP to visit us on Stand 132 at Labour Party Conference
If your MP hasn’t signed the pledge to protect free movement for musicians, that’s okay. There’s still time to ask them to take action.
Find out who your MP is via Write To Them
, and use the email tool to write to your MP. Send them this link
to our free movement pledge and ask them to sign.
Over 100 MPs and Peers have already committed
to protecting musicians’ right to move freely and easily in the EU after Brexit. That’s thanks to you – MU members writing to their MPs and asking them to support musicians working in the EU.
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Keep an eye out on MU communications
over the next couple of months for the next steps in our campaign to support musicians working in the EU.
And why not take this opportunity to get more involved in your Union. Find out how
Free movement for musicians is just one our five key Brexit issues. Find out more via our Brexit hub, theMU.org/Brexit