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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. »

Housing policy must reflect commitment to equality

Housing policy must reflect commitment to equality

Policies denying unmarried parents access to public housing sit uneasily with Singapore’s international obligations to protect children. »

Enhance police skills in sexual assault cases

Enhance police skills in sexual assault cases

Sexual assault is an area that will benefit from advanced police training and international best practice. »

Support parents rather than romanticise parenthood

Support parents rather than romanticise parenthood

It is ordinary for anyone to experience varying feelings about about parenthood. Parenting, like all caregiving, is hard work. »

Women’s right to refuse

Women’s right to refuse

Women around the world experience violence when they reject men’s sexual advances. Why? »

Foster climate of respect for young people

Foster climate of respect for young people

Organisations which have contact with young people should institute robust policies about the standards expected of their staff. »