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The “Conversations on Singapore Women's Development” were launched on 20 September 2020 to kickstart a national effort to understand Singaporeans’ aspirations and ideas on how we can further advance our women in Singapore.
While Singapore women have made tremendous progress over the years with the support of the community and Government, more can be done collectively to empower, protect and uplift our women.
We want to connect with Singaporeans from all walks of life to understand the aspirations of Singaporeans for our women, which will help us to cultivate a better and more inclusive society.
We will be working with partners from the People and Private sectors, as well as youth organisations, to co-organise Conversations till mid-2021.
Watch Minister for Home Affairs and Law, Mr K Shanmugam, share his views on this national review.
If you would like to be part of the Conversations to connect with fellow Singaporeans, sign up here!
If you are unable to attend the Conversations but would like to share your written feedback on Singapore women’s development, please connect with us below!
Partners from the people and private sectors, REACH, grassroots and youth organisations are organising the Conversations. This initiative is supported by the Ministry of Social and Family Development and the Ministry of Culture, Community & Youth.
More information on the schedule will be provided soon. Meanwhile, you can register your interest to participate in future Conversations here.
All Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are welcome to contribute.
Given the current social distancing measures, most of these Conversations will be held virtually. However, if there is a need to organise physical sessions, we will adhere to the Multi-Ministry Taskforce’s prevailing requirements for physical gatherings.
We will take your feedback into consideration when doing the review.
You may provide your written feedback anonymously. However, we would need your personal details for us to contact you if you sign up for the Conversations.
We encourage everyone to sign up for the Conversations personally. However, we will accept written feedback from formal groups (see FAQ 7 below) and informal groups (e.g. friends, family members).
Yes, you may. If you would like for a representative from your organisation to take part in the Conversation, please get in touch with us using your organisation’s email address and share with us your designation within the organisation.
If you are sending in written feedback on behalf of your organisation, please ensure that the written feedback is signed off by the Executive Committee or Board.
If you would like to know more about the discussion in our past sessions, read more below.