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Project Inspire: Applications open!
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Jul
01
June 27 2016 (Mon) |
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Together with MasterCard, the Singapore Committee for UN Women present the 6th edition of Project Inspire, a global social entrepreneurship challenge for youth 18 to 35 years old.

Register and tell us how your idea will empower women and girls in Asia and the Pacific through safety and security, and stand to win a USD$25,000 grant to make your idea a reality!

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Breaking Barriers
ended
Jul
13
July 13 2016 (Wed) | 19:30-21:30
442 Orchard Road

442 Orchard Road, Claymore Connect, #03-01, Singapore 238879 (Trehaus)


Singapore Committee for UN Women invites you to a night of empowerment and inspiration. ‘Breaking Barriers’ celebrates women who have overcome hurdles and persevered through difficult circumstances to emerge stronger than ever. Hailing from different cultures and with diverse backstories, the women represent the importance of determination and shattering social expectations.

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HeForShe: Tackling Stereotypes
ended
Jul
14
14 July 2016 (Thurs) | 16:30-17:30
352 Tanglin Road

352 Tanglin Road, Conference Room 1, Strathmore Block, Singapore 247671 (Tanglin International Centre)


Why is pink the color for baby girls and blue the color for baby boys? Why do we buy dolls for girls and action figures for boys? Join us to learn about how to tackle these stereotypes in the home, workplace and society!

 

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Project Aspire Showcase Day
ended
Jul
16
2016-07-16 | 09:30 to 14:00
SCAPE HubQuarters

2 Orchard Link #04-01, 237978


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Put a Full Stop to Trafficking
ended
Jul
30
July 30 2016 (Sat) | 18:00-20:00
930 Yishun Ave 2

930 Yishun Ave 2, #04-01 Northpoint Shopping Centre, Singapore 769098 (Yishun Library)


To mark World Day against Trafficking in Persons and Singapore’s inaugural National Reading Day on July 30, Singapore Committee for UN Women is hosting a panel discussion to understand the world of trafficking and the role of education and reading as a preventative strategy.

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