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shesaid.so London has announced a four part event series On Discrimination

This four-part series from shesaid.so includes debriefs with partners Musician’s Union, DICE, Mischon de Reya, InChorus, Don’t Be A Creep.

The sessions will aim to investigate all aspects of bias, harassment and discrimination in the music industry. More information + dates below.

We also have updated results to share from our ongoing shesaid.so x InChorus global online reporting tool, which is available 24/7 for people of all genders to anonymously report incidents: shesaidso.inchorus.org

25 February 2020
shesaid.so x InChorus x Musician’s Union present
Session One: Researching Bias, Harassment and Discrimination

shesaid.so London, in partnership with InChorus and the Musician’s Union, invite you to contribute to an evening round table discussing two surveys carried out in 2019 looking at the extent of discrimination and harassment in the music industry. InChorus and Musician’s Union will deliver the headline results followed by a short elaboration of the findings before questions and discussion points from the floor. We are keen to underline that this event is open to everyone working in the music industry and we particularly welcome men to this conversation. We invite members of our community to nominate a man from their place of work to attend the conversation with them.

Venue: The Curtain
Tickets: https://link.dice.fm/RKGn2iyiM3

10 March 2020
shesaid.so x Musician’s Union x Mischon de Reya present
Session Two: Understanding Discrimination and the Law

24 March 2020
shesaid.so x Musician’s Union present
Session Three: A Personal Journey

**09 April 2020**
shesaid.so x Musician’s Union x Don’t Be A Creep x DICE present
Session Four: Establishing Safe Spaces – Best Practices

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