The Young Women’s Movement publishes impact report

What has the past year looked like for The Young Women’s Movement? What difference have they made? Read the 2015-16 highlights and the Movement’s focus for the year ahead in this new report.
This year The Young Women’s Movement piloted the Status of Young Women in Scotland report (SYWS): a pioneering

PiPA Best Practice Research Survey

We are currently working with Parents In Performing Arts on their ACE and Creative Scotland funded Best Practice Research Project, conducted in conjunction with Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Please find below the link to their survey about parental and caring responsibilities in the theatre industry. It is

Parents in Performing Arts

Parents and Carers in Performing Arts campaign for equal opportunities and access for parents and carers working in the performing arts. Their aim is to achieve sustainable change in attitudes and practices in order to attract, support and retain a more diverse and flexible workforce.
Stellar Quines was a proud member

Parents in Performing Arts Press Announcement

Release: Monday 3rd October
PARENTS IN PERFORMING ARTS ANNOUNCES CREATIVE SCOTLAND AND ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND FUNDED FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND BEST PRACTICE RESEARCH PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 15 LEADING UK THEATRES AND THE ROYAL CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH AND DRAMA
Today, Parents in Performing Arts (PIPA), a Consortium of 18 leading Industry organisations, announces its

50:50 gender casting campaign gets union backing

Actresses wear T-shirts emblazoned with the Equal Representation for Actresses campaign logo. Photo: Equal Representation for Actresses
A campaign for actresses to get more stage and screen roles has received official backing from Equity.
The actor’s union confirmed it was backing the Equal Representation for Actresses movement, which is calling for a