PRS for Music launches Diversity and Inclusion Survey

‘We are on a journey of change and we need your help.’ PRS has launched a new survey that will give it a better insight into the make-up of its membership.

Maya Radcliffe
  • By Maya Radcliffe
  • 8 Apr 2021
  • min read

PRS for Music has today launched its first Diversity and Inclusion Survey. 

According to the collection society, the data is being collected to improve its diversity and inclusion strategy, including ensuring equal opportunities and treatment for members.

The survey will ask you to disclose the region you live in, your gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and any disabilities you may have.
PRS explains that by collecting this information, it will be able to better support greater diversity, inclusion and equality within the company, across its board and its membership.

In October last year, PRS signed up to UK Music’s Ten-Point Plan, a progressive course of action devised to encourage and, importantly, sustain diversity at every level in the music industry. 

Andrea Czapary Martin, chief executive, PRS for Music, wrote at the time: ‘At PRS for Music, we recognise the need to encourage and facilitate open dialogue on diversity and inclusion issues. We are undertaking a comprehensive engagement programme, listening to our employees and members in order to understand how we can adapt and evolve – feeding their thoughts and ideas directly into our policies and strategies.’

She continued: ‘PRS for Music actively supports the UK Music Diversity Taskforce and its mission to make our industry a fair and inclusive space for everyone, at every level.’

As a thank you for filling out the PRS for Music Diversity and Inclusion Survey, you will have the option to enter a prize draw to win a £100 voucher from Love2shop.

Find out more about the survey.