PiPA is driven by evidence.
Everything we do is underpinned by research and data. This fact-based research makes the case that inclusive access to work in the performing arts is not a ‘nice-to-have’: it is a necessity.
Our research reflects the case that those with caring responsibilities are fundamentally disadvantaged, whilst demonstrating that integrating this workforce improves any artistic organisation’s creativity and productivity.
This research is distilled into the PiPA Charter Programme and Toolkit, the practical resources needed to convert insights into progressive change.
Report on the experience of working lives and caring duties in classical music.
Impact Report - PiPA Scotland Pilot
Learn more about our first major project in Scotland, funded by Scotland's Workplace Equalit...
The impact of COVID-19 on the DCMS sectors: PiPA submission
The impact of COVID-19 on the DCMS sectors: PiPA submission.
Backstage Workforce Report
Backstage Workforce Report finds poor working conditions for parents and carers working in theat...
Balancing Act Survey
PiPA's survey into the impact of caring responsibilities on career progression in Dance, Mus...
Best Practice Research Project
PIPA's first Best Practice Research Project was undertaken in partnership with The Royal Cen...