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IPS Closed-Door Discussion on Community Relations Amidst the Threat of Terror

This discussion is based on analysis we have performed on a survey funded by Mediacorp’s Channel NewsAsia (CNA) in 2017.

This survey sought the views of 2,031 respondents on issues relating to race and religious relations in the context of terrorism. It aimed to study how Singaporeans would react following a hypothetical terror attack in Singapore committed by religious extremists. It also examined whether certain segments of Singaporeans felt victimised because of the global war on terror. 

In a context where terror incidents are “not a matter of if, but when” it is important to discuss the necessary safeguards in place to ensure strong social cohesion amidst constant terror threats in the region. 

Please click here to view the programme. 
Thu 31 May 2018
02:45 PM - 05:00 PM

Leonard Lim

Leonard Lim

Research Associate, Institute of Policy Studies

Shanthini Selvarajan

Shanthini Selvarajan

Research Assistant, Institute of Policy Studies

Mathew Mathews

Mathew Mathews

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Policy Studies

By invitation only.

If you have any enquiries, please contact Ms Regine Tan at 6601-5730 or email decb64_aXBzLmV2ZW50MTFAbnVzLmVkdS5zZw==_decb64.