This article is a book review of the the text Music, Health and Wellbeing: Exploring Music for Health Equity and Social Justice edited by Naomi Sunderland, Dan Bendrups and Bridie-Leigh Bartleet. The book explores the use of music participation as a means of addressing health inequalities. Touching on arts therapies, the book also offers a wider contextualisation of this area of work in a variety of services and settings. Considerations such as inclusion, accessibility and the global remit of music-based projects are described and discussed.
- Social Justice