IPS Workshop on Problem-Scoping for the Malay-Muslim Community

This 1-day workshop will focus on identifying and prioritising critical issues faced by the Malay-Muslim Community (MMC) in Singapore’s current multi-ethnic and multi-religious societal context. Consensus arising from this workshop will form the framework and rationale for future activities organised by the Malay/Muslim Research Network.

The workshop will require participants to initially work in specific teams and later, together as a whole. The lead facilitator for the workshop will be Jonathan Hoel from Innovator Ltd. The programme will be based on a combination of design thinking and rapid consensus-building approaches. This workshop promises plenty of opportunities for discussions and aims to get participants to synthesize and synergise their thoughts on problems relating to the MMC. The event will bring together practitioners and decision makers on the ground, as well as policymakers and academics representing the different areas of concern for the MMC.

Conference Room, Level 1, Oei Tiong Ham Building
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
National University of Singapore (Bukit Timah Campus)
469C Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259772

Tue 4 December 2018
09:00 AM - 05:30 PM

By invitation only. 

If you have any enquiries, please contact Ms Ong Si Ling at tel: 6516-8384 or via email decb64_aXBzLmV2ZW50NEBudXMuZWR1LnNn_decb64.