Miriam Steiner

Miriam Steiner

Writer, campaigner

I write about equality, sustainability projects, politics and third sector music education.

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network.youthmusic.org.uk

How Rhythmix is helping young people get heard in Parliament

Music has always been political. From the feminism of riot grrrl to the anti-establishmentarianism of punk. The problems many of the people we support are political too.

namih.org

NAMIH Conference Press Release

The National Alliance of Musicians in Healthcare and OPUS Music will be welcoming delegates
to the first ever conference of the National Alliance of Musicians in Healthcare on July 10th at
the Royal Brompton Hospital.

Amanda and sam article
Arts Professional

Transforming young minds

Music-making sessions for young people with mental health issues have had a recognised impact, and commissioning an independent evaluation has enabled the knowledge and experiences gained to be shared, explains Miriam Steiner.

Hands article
blog.rhythmixmusic.org.uk

“You think it’s all gone and then the music starts": Bridging feelings of isolation for people with dementia in hospital

“You think it’s all gone and then the music... - R...

dcmsblog.uk

#LocalCharitiesDay: Rhythmix Wishing Well - DCMS blog

#LocalCharitiesDay: Rhythmix Wishing Well - DCMS bl...

blog.rhythmixmusic.org.uk

Music in Mind to receive Big Lottery Fund’s Award... - Rhythmix - News

Music in Mind to receive Big Lottery Fund’s Award....

blog.rhythmixmusic.org.uk

Special school music receives support from... - Rhythmix - News

Special school music receives support from... - Rh...

thebadgeronline.com

Review: Bestival 2016 | The Badger

Review: Bestival 2016 | The Badger

blog.rhythmixmusic.org.uk

UP! Orchestra nominated for SEND music education... - Rhythmix - News

UP! Orchestra nominated for SEND music education.....

sheroesofhistory.wordpress.com

IRINA NISTOR

The stereotypes of film nerds aren’t exactly positive: secretive, obsessive, quiet. But, these are all great traits for someone fighting, in their own way, against a tyrannical regime, wouldn’t you agree?

givingtimes.co.uk

Inspiring Music Charity Rhythmix Nominated For National Lottery Award | Giving Times

Inspiring Music Charity Rhythmix Nominated For Nati...

thebadgeronline.com

NUS National Conference begins with controversy for Sussex delegates | The Badger

NUS National Conference begins with controversy for...

jewishnews.co.uk

Young Voices: Anti-BDS views lead to attack - Jewish News

No country is perfect, and all Governments do have faults, but boycotts are not the way to address problems.

thebadgeronline.com

Sussex appoints new Vice‒Chancellor

The University of Sussex has appointed Professor Adam Tickell as its new Vice-Chancellor. He will replace current Vice-Chancellor Michael Farthing on 1st September 2016.

thebadgeronline.com

120 obstacles on campus hinder people with disabilities

Sussex Estates and Facilities, the outsourced business in charge of making changes to the campus site, recently commissioned an accessibility audit that flagged over 120 high priority issues with physical accessibility features of the campus.