Music Generation believes that it is every child and young person’s right to be given the opportunity to access and participate in music. We believe passionately in the power of music making to transform lives. We believe that through the joy of creating, learning, and performing music together, children and young people’s artistic, educational, social, and personal development is empowered. Building upon our advocacy to date, as we implement our 2022 - 2026 Strategic Plan, we will continue working towards making this right a reality. Recognising that children and young people are at the heart of what we do, we now wish to develop our knowledge of children and young people’s participation to inform and shape Music Generation’s facilitation of their voice.
The Music Generation National Development Office invites quotations for the completion of a review of practice in children and young people’s participation. It is anticipated that the review will identify learnings from the literature including existing practice within the sector, models of participation, etc. and will provide recommendations for how Music Generation can empower and support the voice of children and young people (CYP) and consider how their voice may influence the organisation in the future.
A detailed description of the required output along with submission requirements can be downloaded from the below link:
QUERIES AND CLARIFICATIONS PROCESS
All queries will be responded to by email only.
Please email all queries to: email@example.com where they will be forwarded to the relevant person for clarification.
Latest date for receipt of queries is Tuesday, November 1st, 2022.
The closing date for receipt of quotations is 17:00 (Dublin time) on Friday, November 4th, 2022.
Submissions by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions received will be acknowledged by email.
Music Generation is Ireland’s National Music Education Programme that transforms the lives of children and young people through access to high-quality, subsidised performance music education. Initiated by Music Network, Music Generation is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education, and Local Music Education Partnerships (LMEPs) and is supported by the Arts Council as a programme partner.
To find out more about who we are and what we do, please visit www.musicgeneration.ie
Image Credit : Esosa Ighodaro with Creative Sounds Programme Participants . Photo by Kenneth Browne.
Creative Sounds is a a collaborative, inclusive music project for young people led by Music Generation Cavan/Monaghan, Music Generation Leitrim, Music Generation Longford, and Music Generation Roscommon in partnership with Music Network.