What are the main issues faced by women and non-binary DJs in Europe?

The survey is being carried out in the build-up to the European summit for women.

Earlier in the week, Future Female Sounds announced a survey in partnership with female:pressure and to collect data on the pressures facing women and non-binary DJs based in Europe.

Funded by the European Commission, the survey is linked to the European summit for women that will be held in Copenhagen this summer.

So far, it’s confirmed that the survey will take its results from twelve different European countries, and discuss industry challenges plus opportunities.

The summit is a two-day long event and in addition to galvanising the community within the European DJ sector. It will also be an opportunity for people to share skills in order to help further develop the industry in order to increase positive growth.

For those attending, the summit will be held in conjunction with guidance on COVID-19, and the research gathered from the summit plus survey will be collated into a digital guide for DJs.

The guide aims to encourage more people of marginalised genders to start DJing and help give them the confidence and information to form the foundations for a career in the industry.

Soon, an announcement will be made for women and non-binary DJs to put themselves forward, and apply for the opportunity to attend the summit.

For those who wish to take part in the survey, you can do so …HERE….


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