Fighting corruption is fair play when it comes to music

Fighting corruption is fair play when it comes to music

Fighting corruption is fair play when it comes to music

Updated 20 April 2012, 16:55 AEST

Corruption is a worldwide issue, but what can music do to fight this global problem? 

Music and musicians can be noted for their unique ability to rally people around a message and to fight for a cause - sending out a message through music, activism work and even video clips.

Fair Play is a global anti-corruption music video competition with artists from over 50 countries taking part. The third edition kicks on 24 April and hopes to engage governments and citizens alike in the fight against corruption.

Kate Declerck from the JMI (Jeunesses Musicales Internationales) Foundation spoke to Isabelle Genoux about the competition which will see three winners perform in Brazil at the International Anti-Corruption Conference in November 2012.

 

Presenter: Isabelle Genoux

Speaker: Kate Declerck, Jeunesses Musicales Internationales

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