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Preventing human trafficking in Singapore

Preventing human trafficking in Singapore

The StopTraffickingSG Campaign urges the government to adopt a victim-centric approach to combating human trafficking. »

Shorten time bar to divorce

Shorten time bar to divorce

The three-year time bar to divorce is an unnecessarily burdensome requirement, and should be lowered to one year. »

Support for homemakers must go beyond verbal tributes

Support for homemakers must go beyond verbal tributes

Do Singapore’s social and economic structures sufficiently reward and protect those who perform domestic labour and caregiving? »

Better sex education will help youth make safer decisions

Better sex education will help youth make safer decisions

Sex education in schools and open discussions at home should discuss pornography and sex without shaming young people. »

Have more women in leadership roles? Govt can set example

Have more women in leadership roles? Govt can set example

The Government should set a positive example by increasing the number of women in political leadership. »

Abortion should be discussed factually

Abortion should be discussed factually

Women deserve full access to accurate facts about pregnancy and abortion to make informed decisions based on their needs. »

Build a university culture that respects consent

Build a university culture that respects consent

Local university management must take decisive action on reports of inappropriate sexual games at student orientation camps. »

Guest blog: Queer liberation is a feminist issue: A Singapore primer

Guest blog: Queer liberation is a feminist issue: A Singapore primer

For queer women, both queerness and womanhood are sources of marginalisation. An intersectional feminism must acknowledge this. »

Blog: On my unrequited love for India

Blog: On my unrequited love for India

Kokila Annamalai, We Can! Campaign Coordinator, shares her mixed feelings about experiencing India as a woman. »

Family justice must put welfare and fairness first

Family justice must put welfare and fairness first

Specialist agencies supporting couples undergoing divorce must be sensitive to marital abuse and intimidation. »