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World Woman: For Freedom Of Artistic Expression

World Woman: For Freedom Of Artistic Expression

World Woman is an project organised by Fuuse. It will take place on 30 and 31 January in Oslo and seeks to amplify the voices of courageous and creative women who defend freedom of expression, campaign for gender equality, peace, justice and human rights.

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Emel Mathlouthi - The Voice Of The Arab Spring

Emel Mathlouthi - The Voice Of The Arab Spring

Emel Mathlouthi, who is featured on 'The Rough Guide To Arab Revolution' with her anthem of the Arab Spring, has lined up several performances in the next few months in France, the UK, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

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Video Chart

January Video Chart: Systema Solar, Gabacho Maroconnection, Meridian Brothers & More!

January Video Chart: Systema Solar, Gabacho Maroconnection, Meridian Brothers & More!

Check out our pick of the 10 best world music video's this month!

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Guide To World Music

The Music of Sudan & South Sudan: Divided Together

The Music of Sudan & South Sudan: Divided Together

Sudan is a place that becomes increasingly more difficult to define with the passing of time. Once the largest African nation, on the verge of union with Egypt, Sudan is now a fractious pair of North and South, where land, culture, ethnicity and religion vie for the dominant means of constituting Sudanese Identity. This history of union and division has undeniably fed into the sound and customs of Sudanese musical practices.

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1% For The Planet

Friends Of The Earth

Friends Of The Earth

As an active member of the 1% for the planet project, World Music Network recently donated to Friends of the Earth.

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Battle Of The Bands

Battle Of The Bands Winner: Mostly Kosher!

Battle Of The Bands Winner: Mostly Kosher!

Mostly Kosher has won the World Music Network Battle of the Bands competition with their song 'Ikh Hob Dikh Tsufil Lib'. The band will feature on a forthcoming project with World Music Network and will receive press coverage in Songlines Magazine.

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