Since 2017, the Keychange campaign has been signing up a variety of events and organisations committing to gender equality on their stages and in their workforces.

It has just reached a big milestone: the 500th signatory of its gender pledge. That was the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), which is involved in around 3,000 concerts a year (not to mention the Eurovision Song Contest). Keychange will be monitoring progress made by the EBU, as with all its signatories, with plans to publish a major gender representation report in 2024.

“Keychange has been instrumental in highlighting the explosive nature of gender inequality in music for the past four years. With a strong and ever-growing network, we have managed to raise awareness of the problem while implementing concrete actions,” said project lead Merle Bremer.

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