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Help for the music sector regarding COVID-19-induced problems

The IMC + EMC collected information on measures from governments + other policy-makers and initiatives from the sector.

  • Help for the music sector regarding COVID-19-induced problems | Copyright: © Anna Shvets

    © Anna Shvets

The International Music Council’s “COVID-19 Resource Centre” provides an immensely well-arranged overview of initiatives and governmental measures on a global scale to tackle the problems of the music sector in these times of a global pandemic. There is information on care packages that are globally available, as well as specific funds and initiatives for Africa, North + South America, Asia, the Arab World, and Australia:
http://www.imc-cim.org/news-imc/imc-news/6393-covid-19-initiatives.html

For all possibilities of getting support in Europe, the European Music Council put together a list of reactions, measures and initiatives from policy makers and the cultural sector:
https://www.emc-imc.org/musicsectorandcovid-19/covid-19-reactions-initiatives-and-measures

Both lists are non-exhaustive and will be updated regurlarly.

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