Media Releases

AWARE’s response to Budget 2012

AWARE’s response to Budget 2012

A truly inclusive society must also help those who do not fit the norm of the conventional family. »

Calling for an inclusive 2012 Singapore Budget

Calling for an inclusive 2012 Singapore Budget

The needs of vulnerable groups like older women and those in financial distress, in particular, should be addressed. »

Support for survivors of sexual assault

Support for survivors of sexual assault

We have officially launched the Sexual Assault Befrienders Service (SABS) after a six-month pilot period. »

Our stand on the London Weight Management ad

Our stand on the London Weight Management ad

More stringent advertising standards needed to prevent public airing of such misleading and harmful messages. »

Celebrate champions of gender equality

Celebrate champions of gender equality

Nominate men and women who have defied gender barriers in Singapore, by Aug 31. »

Joint statement on CEDAW from 4 S’pore NGOs

Joint statement on CEDAW from 4 S’pore NGOs

AWARE, H.O.M.E., Sayoni and SCWO express concerns at the UN review of Singapore's gender equality. »

Honouring 25 Years of AWARE

Honouring 25 Years of AWARE

The Association of Women for Action and Research invites all men and women to celebrate how far we've come in closing the gender gap. »

Abuse women? Never, say men in Singapore

Abuse women? Never, say men in Singapore

Guys of all ages respond to AWARE's video pledge campaign, joining the fight to end violence against women. »

AWARE on Razor TV

Reporting of AWARE's call for Mandatory Paternity Leave. »

Media Release: Gender Equity Essential for Singapore’s Next Lap

Media Release: Gender Equity Essential for Singapore’s Next Lap

AWARE-NUSS conference calls for Constitution to prohibit gender discrimination and quota set for women in Parliament. Singapore, March 8th 2011 – For all the progress made in the last 25 years, gender discrimination still exists in Singapore today. This was the unanimous view of the 200 or so participants at the Women’s Choices, Women’s... »