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This is to Highlight one of The Latest News and to suggest the link.

Our Work in Singapore

Biz@TIP

A campaign and conference in partnership with Singapore's Inter­Agency Taskforce on Trafficking­In-Persons, BIZ 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.

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Project Inspire

A Project Inspire: 5 Minutes to Change the World is a joint initiative by the Singapore Committee for UN Women and MasterCard to help young changemakers create a better world of opportunities for women and girls in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Launched in 2011 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day and the 25th anniversary of MasterCard in Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Project Inspire presents 18­35 year olds with a 5­minute platform to pitch their inspired idea to the world and win a US/,000 grant.

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Girls2Pioneers

A new long­term 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.

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HeForShe

A 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.

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Help Anna

A site dedicated to tell the stories of women and girls who have been subjected to violence and abuse. Visitors of the site can do their part by encouraging victims of such to reach out to various organisations and communities available. Together, we can help them break free from the cycle of violence.

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Day Off Campaign

Each year an estimated two million women from Myanmar, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand and the Philippines migrate overseas to seek work. These women risk exploitation in their host countries and enjoy little, if any, redress in society. Of the 170,000 foreign domestic workers currently employed in Singapore, over half do not enjoy a regular day off.

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

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UPCOMING EVENTS

8 June 2017 (Thu)
12:30-14:30, Novotel Clarke Quay


4 May 2017 (Thu) to 7 May 2017 (Sun)
10:00-20:00, Gallery II, Arts House


15 April 2017 (Sat)
10:00-12:30, National Gallery, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium


30 March 2017 (Thursday)
19:00-21:00, 5 Nepal Park, Singapore 139408 (ESSEC Business School, Asia Pacific)




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