Keychange received over €1.4m from the Creative Europe

One of the new priorities of the next Creative Europe programme for 2021-2027 is gender equality. Recently, the European partner network behind the gender balance movement Keychange, received more than € 1.4 million from the Creative Europe programme. This will ensure Keychange continues to accelerate change and create a better, more inclusive music industry for present and future generations. The project will be implemented from September 2019 to September 2023.

More details of the second phase of the programme will be unveiled at Reeperbahn Festival 2019, which takes place Wednesday 18th September – Saturday 21st in Hamburg, Germany. Keychange ambassadors Kate Nash, as well as Barbara Gessler (European Commission), Alexander Schulz (Keychange co-founder and CEO of Reeperbahn Festival) and others will present details of “Keychange 2.0“ on Thursday 19th September.

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