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OUR CURRENT CAMPAIGNS   UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Project Aspire

    Project Aspire: 5 Minutes to Change the Nation is an initiative by Singapore Committee for UN Women! Project Aspire promises fun social challenges for students aged 15-18, and leaders aged 17-25. Find out what social entrepreneurship, gender equality, and inclusion are all about, and meet amazing people behind local social movements to design one yourself with your friend(s)!
  • HeForShe

    HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all. Singapore Committee for UN Women support the mission of UN Women to unify efforts.
  • Girls2Pioneers

    A new long-term programme to encourage more girls to enter careers in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) through fun and innovative day camps, field trips and mentorship to spark and sustain their interests.
  • Help Anna

    Women and girls everywhere need your help to break free from the cycle of violence. By visiting this site, you have taken a step towards ending violence against women worldwide.
  • Project Inspire

    Project Inspire: 5 Minutes to Change the World is a joint initiative from the Singapore Committee for UN Women and MasterCard, to help young change-makers create a better world for women and girls in Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa.
  • Day Off

    The goal of this campaign is to have more Singaporeans agree that domestic workers deserve a day off- just like everyone else.
  • Biz@TIP

    A campaign and conference in partnership with Singapore's Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking-In-Persons, BIZ@TIP looks at four of Singapore's biggest industries to bring their business leaders together, discuss how to effectively combat trafficking, and develop concrete industry roadmaps to achieve these goals.
1 August 2017
3.30-5.30pm, Seletar Airport


11 Aug 2017 (Fri)
19:00- 22:00, Grand Amphitheater ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific


17 August 2017
8.30-10.30am, Conference Room 1 Strathmore Building Tanglin International Center


23 August 2017 (Wed)
19:30-21:30, Grand Amphitheatre, ESSEC Asia-Pacific




TOP NEWS   SOCIAL MEDIA
  • We are looking for passionate people to join the team in 2017!

    Design and Integrated Marketing Communications - Full-Time Internship The intern...
  • Shop For Gifts That Give Back

    Shop with our Merchant Partners and help fund the critical work of empowering women and girls
  • It's that time of the year again! SNOW 2016 Volunteer Call Out :)

    We are pleased to announce our latest volunteer call-out to join our dynamic team of 2016 SNOW...
  • Michael & Betsy Zink shared with us their thoughts about gender equality

    Michael, you’ve been an influential leader at Citibank for a long time. Tell us w...
  • Unpacking the "F" Word Survey

    This month we unpacked'feminism' we asked you about your thoughts about theword 'feminist' in Singapore
  • HeForShe 101

    HeForShe 101 Want to get the low-down on one of the biggest campaigns for 2016? Here...
  • Check out our 15 tips to get you started on your HeForShe journey!

    Check out our 15 top tips to get you started on your HeForShe journey.     1. Educ...
  • We invite you to celebrate the HeForShe Impact Awards

    This year Singapore Committee for UN Women are extending a special invitation to round off...

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UPCOMING EVENTS
  • An Afternoon with Shaesta Waiz

    1 August 2017 | 3.30-5.30pm

    Come join us for an enriching discussion with Shaestra Waiz and learn more about her life and the aviation sector!
  • Second Screening of 'He Named Me Malala'

    11 Aug 2017 (Fri) | 19:00- 22:00

    Second Screening of 'He Named Me Malala'
  • The Gender Diverse STEM Workplace

    17 August 2017 | 8.30-10.30am

    Work is being done worldwide to build the pipeline of girls in STEM, but what about those already...
  • Finding Her Voice

    23 August 2017 (Wed) | 19:30-21:30

    A discussion with industry insiders from theatre, television and music on the inclusion of the female perspective.









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