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Bullying and harassment helpline launched for UK music industry

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Rebecca Ferguson and Lily Allen have spoken out about the harassment they have experienced and what needs to be done to support musicians experiencing such difficulties.At present, there is no similar initiative in place in the UK but Help Musicians hope to bridge this gap with the helpline by ensuring that those working in the music industry have a place to turn for advice and practical help.James Ainscough, Chief Executive of Help Musicians, said, “Bullying and harassment requires a collaborative response across the music industry.

The creation of the helpline is a vital next step and Help Musicians is well placed to provide this service, as an independent charity.”Today we announce a new Bullying & Harassment helpline, open to anyone working in the music industry.If you work in music and are concerned about a bullying or harassment situation, you can call us confidentially for free on 0800 088 2045.

https://t.co/NAhhIjkcVm pic.twitter.com/JHdcxJMNoJ— Help Musicians (@HelpMusicians) March 10, 2022He continued: “Anyone who is concerned about a bullying and harassment situation can call the helpline, share their concerns confidentially and receive advice on how to navigate the issue they are facing.

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