Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: A Trojan Horse at the Gates of Singapore?

Dive into a comprehensive critique of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, exploring the unintended consequences of well-intentioned policies. This article dissects the fine line between uplifting marginalized groups and inadvertently reinforcing harmful stereotypes. Learn about the potential pitfalls of DEI, the impact on personal identity, and the importance of genuine efforts to assist the disadvantaged.

Your 101 On the Key Social Issues Revisited at IPS’s 35th Anniversary Conference

Looking for a quick primer on some of the most deep-seated social frustrations that Singapore faces as a nation? This is it.

George Goh: A Man For The People?

Most of us have never heard of George Goh prior to his presidential bid. We take a look at the man, his motivations and what a possible vote for him could signal.

Five Thoughts About September’s Presidential Elections… if we even have them.

SM Tharman, has offered his service for the duties of the President. Brilliant! But not so fast. Here're some questions to think about.

“Regardless of Sexuality” a missed opportunity for clarity.

We watched Regardless of Sexuality with a healthy sense of optimism that CNA would produce a balanced piece that would critically examine the nature of the LGBT Divide in Singapore. Instead, what we found was a piece replete with emotionalism, displaying unabashed bias with key terms and a failure to examine the true drivers of tension with any sincerity.

Cancel Culture: Will Legal Solutions Really Do The Trick?

How do you solve a problem like Cancel Culture? Fighting social contagion with legal instruments can be like grasping at clouds. We think that something more potent and wide ranging is necessary. We need a change of heart.

Cancel Culture: How Could The Government Fight It?

In August '22 the government said it was looking at ways to deal with Cancel Culture. Why leave the thinking to them? Here's what we think could be done about this social phenomenon.

“You’re Cancelled!” – This is Basically Bullying, Right?

Cancel Culture, justifiable or abusive? Cultivate Singapore looks at how you can examine incidents of cancellation through a clear lens, and casts a vision how how Singapore can do better than normalising social bullying.

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