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New survey for women in Scottish Arts, Culture and Media

Tell us about your experiences of working in the arts, culture and media sectors in Scotland, to help improve women's equality.

Experiences of women in Scottish media, culture, & media

Gender Equal Media Scotland has commissioned some new research to help us better understand the barriers facing women working in the Scottish arts, culture and media sectors. A research team at the University of Edinburgh and Robert Gordon University and is investigating obstacles to women’s participation and representation in Scottish media and cultural industries.

If you are a woman working in the Scottish arts or culture sector, or the media, we'd love to hear from you. You can share you thoughts and experiences with us by participating in this survey.

The project aims to hear from as many women as possible across Scotland, to help understand what mechanisms and initiatives have been successful in improving access and representation in the sector and how change might best be achieved. Participation is completely voluntary and participants may opt out at any point. This survey is also anonymous. Data will be collectively analysed, in line with non-disclosive reporting. The survey will close on 20 June, 2021.

Any further questions about this project can be directed to Dr. Sarah Liu (

sarah.liu@ed.ac.uk@DrSarahLiu), or the co-investigators, Dr. Meryl Kenny (M.Kenny@ed.ac.uk@merylkenny) and Dr. Fiona McKay (f.mackay5@rgu.ac.uk@fi_mckay). Thanks in advance for your participation.

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