OnePeople.sg engages youth through various flagship programmes to develop youth leadership initiative and commitment in promoting racial harmony and social cohesion. Innovative and exciting youth programmes at OnePeople.sg aims to nurture racial harmony values among our youth and encourage deeper inter-racial interaction, understanding, trust and bonding.
OneKidz is a developmental racial harmony programme for children, which aims to inculcate racial harmony values from a young age. It is important that we start young to imbibe values of multi-racialism. Starting early will give our students the right foundation and attitude towards racial integration.
OneKidz is an innovative programme that serves to imbibe values of racial harmony from young. Children learn the nuances of racial harmony in a fun learning environment. The programme will create a platform for children to be aware of the key customs, culture and practices of our major ethnic groups, appreciate our cultural diversity and encourage bonding.
Find out more details on OneKidz. For enquiries, please contact Programme Manager, Qamar Firdaus at 6253 3297 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stimulating as the flavours of our local delight ‘Rojak', The HarmonyWorks! Workshop Series – 1 Rojak engages participant learning through games, videos and classroom activities and in the process, enable them to appreciate and embrace diversity as well as grasp the realities of living in a multi-racial and multi-religious society like Singapore.
The HarmonyWorks! Workshop Series – 1 Rojak is an interactive three-hour workshop specially catered for secondary school students with the aim of enhancing cultural competence and cultivating multi-racial and multi-cultural mindsets that would encourage deeper interaction and better understanding amongst the various ethnic communities in Singapore.
The HarmonyWorks! Workshop is an ongoing programme. For schools who wish to conduct these workshops for students, please contact Programme Manager, Qamar Firdaus at 6253 3297 or Email: email@example.com
Inter-ethnic understanding and appreciation of the diversity of the various races, languages, religions and cultures in multiracial and multi-religious Singapore are essential to building a harmonious school environment and a cohesive society as part of National Education.
As Singapore faces new global developments and the integration of new citizens in our society, schools can better prepare students as world-ready youths to deal with the new challenges as well as opportunities in their interaction with people from various nationalities and background.
OnePeople.sg, in partnership with Raffles Institute for Experiential Learning (RIEL), conducts the Race and Ethnicity Awareness Programme (REAP) for students and educators. The workshops adopt activity-based and discussion-based approach to introduce concepts and create understanding through exploration and experiential learning
The HarmonyWorks! Conference is OnePeople.sg's flagship youth programme targeted at students from the Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges (JC), Institute of Technical Educations (ITE), Polytechnics, Madrasahs and International Schools.
The objectives of the conference are:
Click to read on more about this annual youth-for-youth HarmonyWorks! Conference. For enquires, please contact Programme Manager, Qamar Firdaus at 6253 3297 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by OnePeople.sg, CampTeen: Youth Racial Harmony Ambassadors Programme is held in November annually, where secondary youth leaders undergo a 4D3N residential programme to hone cross cultural understanding and initiate leadership and action among our youth in the promotion of racial harmony and social cohesion.
Participants of CampTeen will have opportunity to experience working and learning with students from various secondary schools and institutes in a multi-cultural and multi-racial setting as they undergo a 4D3N residential programme to enhance multicultural appreciation and hone leadership and project management skills. Campers can also look forward to heritage explorations, outdoor adventure, enrichment activities and experiential learning. Be part of the action! Click to find out more about CampTeen.
The Explorations in Ethnicity (EiE) programme, targeted at post-Secondary youths and adult volunteers, provides a platform for stimulating and facilitating honest, open and unreserved sharing and discourse on ethnicity in a multi-racial setting. Participants undergo a journey of self-discovery and exploration that open their minds to the nuances and challenges of living in multi-racial and multi-cultural Singapore.
Find out more about the EiE Basic Course and EIE Facilitators' Courseand view our Photo Gallery. For enquiries, please contact Programme Manager, Qamar Firdaus at 6253 3297 or email: email@example.com
Facilitators to click here for EiE Portal.
The Multi-Racial Education Centre (MREC) is a collaboration between OnePeople.sg and Kip McGrath, a world renowned tuition centre. MREC aims to assist underachieving students from the lower-income families and strengthen bonds between children from different races. Click here for more details.
It simply stands for Racial.Fusion.Culture. These were the keywords as youths from different races gathered to participate in RAFUSICUL 2009 and 2010. Organised by OnePeople.sg Youth Wing Members, Rafusicul is a song and dance competition where youths pit their talents each other in a friendship competition of fusion dance and songs conveying the message of harmony and friendship.
OnePeople.sg Youth Wing dazzled the crowd at VivoCity Shopping Mall, Amphitheatre once again, at the annual Rafusicul talent competition on 6 August 2011. With aspiring youth singers and dancers battling it out with their heart-thumping dance steps and songs, Rafusicul was truly a showcase of youths’ expression of friendship and harmony. Click here to find out more about Rafusicul 2011.