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Stop2018 Launched in The U.K. to End Music Industry Sexual Harassment and Assault

Stop2018 Launched in The U.K. to End Music Industry Sexual Harassment and Assault

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Share Tweet Submit Pin According to the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire news program and the rest of the world, sexual misconduct is an endemic insidious in nature, deeply ingrained and in need of dismantling from the inside out. Some of the women featured in the BBC program have launched a Stop2018 campaign to address the issue head-on, and offer support within the industry. Among these women are Yasmin Lajoie, music supervisor Michelle de Vries, and songwriter and musician Helienne Lindvall, Billboard reports .

Pop singer Chloe Howl, who was nominated for a Brit Award in 2014, is also at the helm. During her interview on Derbyshire , she explained that she felt exploited by a number of men at the start of her stardom but that she was “one of the lucky ones”—as she wasn’t raped.

On their website, Stop2018 urges, “Please tell us about your experiences confidentially so that we can […]

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