Take part in the Electronic Music Inclusion Initiative with InChorus
Partners include Pioneer DJ, Mixmag and Women in CTRL.
A new initiative aims to explore inclusivity and discrimination in the electronic music industry. With key partners including Pioneer DJ, Mixmag and Women in CTRL, the Electronic Music Inclusion Initiative begins with a survey coordinated by InChorus. After the four-week survey period, a report will share insights on harassment, bias and discrimination.
The initiative’s partners stress the importance of “real, pro-active change and inclusion”, promising to “kick off targeted actions to promote inclusion”. InChorus co-founder Rosie Turner says: “Ultimately, cultures are shaped by the inappropriate behaviours that are tolerated every day. We are serious about culture change and believe that bringing actionable data to this conversation is key, as what is measured can be improved.”
You can take part in the initiative by sharing your experiences via the InChorus site.