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Commentary: The evolution of NS and its relevance to Singapore
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By Nicholas Fang Today marks the 50th anniversary of the day National Service (NS) was introduced in post-independence Singapore. On March 14, 1967, Parliament passed the National Service (Amendment) Bill after then-Defence Minister Goh Keng Swee moved it for a second reading. It marked the beginning of...

Technology and the Future of Jobs
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Event Summary How can workers keep pace with a rapidly-changing job market? As part of our Global Citizens Singapore (GCS) programme, and in the context of Singapore’s Budget 2017 and the Committee on the Future Economy (CFE) report, we organised a discussion on “Technology and the...

Commentary: What a greener budget means for business, society
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BY LAU XIN YI Singapore’s Budget 2017 will be remembered for its strong emphasis on the environment. The recent announcement of measures such as the proposed carbon tax and the diesel duty has caused concern among businesses and the public about higher costs. Yet, these steps are...

#GlobalCitizensSG: Concerns and bright spots towards globalisation

2016 has been an illustrious year showcasing many vital shifts in the world’s outlook towards globalisation, diversity, integration and much more. We ask some of our young movers and shakers what concerns they have as we progress further into the future....

#GlobalCitizensSG: Is global perspective vital for success?

The world we live in is now closer than ever - how can Singapore keep pace with global trends to remain a beacon of hope for the region? We interviewed a group of passionate young professionals to get their views on whether it is important...

#GlobalCitizensSG: Crossing borders to make the world a better place

It is vital to equip our people and future generations with the intellect and spirit of global citizenship for them to think of the social impacts and changes they will be able to create for the wider international community. How do our future generation hope...

[email protected]: Promises versus Reality
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is celebrating its jubilee anniversary at a time where anti-globalisation sentiments are on the rise. As countries become more inward looking and aim to prioritise domestic issues, the relevance of multilateral organisations such as ASEAN has been called...