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13 September 2023 - Misogyny in music - Oral evidence

Committee Women and Equalities Committee
Inquiry Misogyny in music

Wednesday 13 September 2023

Start times: 9:30am (private) 10:00am (public)

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DJ Annie Macmanus to share views on misogyny in the music industry

The Women and Equalities Committee will take evidence from female figures in the music industry, including DJ, broadcaster and writer Annie Macmanus to discuss their lived experience of and views on how to eradicate misogyny in the industry.

Meeting details

At 10:00am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Misogyny in music
DJ, Broadcaster and Writer

The inquiry aims to uncover, in more detail, how these attitudes can filter through to society, impacting attitudes towards and treatment of women and girls, including at live music events.

The inquiry explores what steps can be taken to improve attitudes and treatment of women working in music.

The Committee previously questioned Sir John Whittingdale MP, Media, Tourism and Creative Industries Minister, on misogyny in music, in the sixth session of its inquiry. MPs asked the Minister about the lack of legal protections for freelancers, the use of non-disclosure agreements to silence victims, and improving standards to tackle discrimination. 


The Wilson Room, Portcullis House

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