The Recording Academy®, the official Music Partner of Right Here, Right Now Music, with the support of United Nations Human Rights, plan for international Right Here, Right Now Mini Global Climate Concerts that aim to promote climate justice and rights-based climate action.
The announcement was made during a private industry event held at the Recording Academy New York Office to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with United Nations Human Rights representatives in NYC. Five-time GRAMMY® winner Angélique Kidjo and GRAMMY-nominated artist JP Saxeperformed an intimate concert and Recording Academy and UN Human Rights representatives also presented alarming new facts about the escalating human rights crisis caused by climate change.
Proceeds from Right Here, Right Now Mini Global Climate Concerts will go to United Nations Human Rights climate justice initiatives and MusiCares®, the leading music charity providing music professionals health and human services across a spectrum of needs. The Right Here, Right Now MusiCares Fund was established this year to focus relief efforts for music communities impacted by climate crisis.
For more information visit: www.righthererightnow.global