Addressing Violence Against Women
A closed-door discussion addressed the issue of family violence in Singapore as this was an area of concern raised in a recent report by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). [...]
Negotiating our Singaporean Identity
Recent responses to inflammatory comments made by both foreigners and Singaporeans provide an impetus to reconsider what the Singaporean Identity is, and what it should be, writes Cassandra Ho. [...]
Do Small Countries Do it Better?
New Media and Politics: Can Old Rules Apply?
The tale of a new communications technology "revolutionising" information sharing is as old as the hills, and invariably affects the conduct of politics. Arun Mahizhnan examines how the political game has been played out in the age of new media.
Read this on page 34 of the latest issue of LKY School magazine global-is-asian here [...]
Rethinking Singapore's Social Compact
After both a cataclysmic economic crisis and a watershed general election, it is time for Singapore to forge a new social compact, argue IPS adjunct researchers.
Read this on page 30 of the latest issue of LKY School magazine global-is-asian here [...]
Inclusive Growth's Good, Inclusive Identity Even Better
Leong Chan-Hoong makes a case for three uniquely Singaporean policy initiatives that could help to engender an inclusive identity among Singaporeans by "augmenting the ties that bind". [...]
Should Petain Road be Renamed?
Tommy Koh explains why he supports the campaign to change the name of Petain Road. [...]