Governance & Policy

Surveying the REACH Survey on LGBT+ Attitudes and Section 377A

How did one little survey on Section 377A and the LGBT community cause so much fuss among netizens? Regardless breaks it down play-by-play, from the mysterious origins and curious circulation of the survey, to the ambiguously phrased questions which supported multiple interpretations.

Beyond Raeesah Khan: Why Politicians Rarely Pay The Price For Their Lies

Lies and half-truths in politics come in all shapes and sizes. The only difference is that most aren't obvious and don't get caught.

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The Competing Claims Around Nagaenthran’s Case

In view of the disputes of facts around Nagaenthran's case, Regardless has decided to review the findings of the Singapore courts to clarify a number of important matters pertaining to justice and fair treatment.

How Khan? What now?

When politicians lie, much more than their personal credibility is at stake once the truth is revealed. What are the consequences of Raeesah Khan's tall tales and who's left picking up the pieces once the dust has settled?

Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy On The Road To Vaccine-Nation

To many, getting vaccinated seems like a no-brainer. Barring a medical exemption, why would one refuse?It turns out that there are many reasons to be worried; some not-so-good and some sensible.Regardless takes a look at this newly-polarising issue, and suggests some practical steps to heal the divide.

Conflicted: A Closer Look at Conversion Therapy

The Singapore Psychological Society recently pronounced on the harms of Conversion Therapy. A closer look at the research raises questions on the evidence its conflicting accounts.

What’s Unsaid About Comprehensive Sexuality Education

Does AWARE have plans to resurrect its failed attempt to push for CSE in schools?Regardless explores how CSE is articulated by the UN to give us a taste of what might be in store for Singapore.

Beyond Rhetoric: What’s Unsaid in the No-Fault Divorce Debate

Singapore is exploring the possibility of No Fault Divorce as a compassionate policy option to reduce acrimony in divorce proceedings. We think that sounds nice, but is ultimately a bad idea.

Recent posts

Popular categories