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Civil society responds to the proposed anti-trafficking bill

Civil society responds to the proposed anti-trafficking bill

An open letter to MP Christopher De Souza and the Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking-in-Persons. »

It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure diversity

It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure diversity

Any assessment of racial harmony and multiculturalism must also deal with racial discrimination in workplaces. »

‘Opting out’ and the glass ceiling

‘Opting out’ and the glass ceiling

Structural barriers and sexist attitudes lead to women's under-representation in leadership, not simply their "choices". »

Flexi-work enables equal division of labour

Flexi-work enables equal division of labour

The idea that flexi-work is economically undesirable is rooted in a sexist division of labour and must be changed. »

Modeling good values by treating domestic workers with respect

Modeling good values by treating domestic workers with respect

The way we treat domestic workers sends strong signals to our children on the ethics we live by. »

Recommendations for the Harassment Bill

Recommendations for the Harassment Bill

AWARE's email to all ministers and members of Parliament with our recommendations for the anti-harassment bill. »

Harassment Bill: Employers should be involved

Harassment Bill: Employers should be involved

An email from AWARE to Acting Minister for Manpower Tan Chuan-Jin. »

Dear SAFRA

Dear SAFRA

You know the ad we mean. Since we keep getting asked, here’s our perspective as a gender equality advocacy. »

Welcome recognition of harassment, but employers should be involved

Welcome recognition of harassment, but employers should be involved

The announcement of new anti-harassment law is welcome news. More must be done to involve employers. »

Sex crimes are against people, not ‘purity’

Sex crimes are against people, not ‘purity’

Some see rape as a crime against "purity", rather than recognising it as an attack on a victim's bodily autonomy. »