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Political Advocacy for Music Education

  • 13th March 2024
  • 3pm - 4.30pm
  • Online (Zoom)
  • Music Mark

Learn how best to advocate for Music Education in your local area.

'Political Advocacy for Music Education' held up on banner by illustration of four people with one fist in the air each. This is in front of a plain red background.

In this session, Mark Pemberton OBE, arts and public affairs consultant, will discuss how best to advocate for Music Education in your local area. The session will cover:

  • How politics works – from local to national advocacy
  • What can we do locally to advocate strongly for music education, and what to avoid.
  • The links between local and national advocacy and the role of individuals and organisations in this.

The session will consist of a presentation from Mark with plenty of time for Q&A.

Accessibility

  • Technology: Zoom
  • Captioning: AI-Generated
  • Breakout rooms: TBC

If you would like to request presentation slides, questions and provocations in advance of the session, please get in touch with info@musicmark.org.uk. Speakers may decline sharing this information on the basis of protecting their intellectual property or for other reasons and we cannot therefore guarantee availability for all events.

For more information on Music Mark’s commitment to creating inclusive web experiences please read our accessibility statement.

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Free to members, £12.50 (+ VAT) for non-members.

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About the Provider

Music Mark

We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.

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