Regardless of Race – The Dialogue I

“Regardless of Race – The Dialogue I” in partnership with CNA and with the support of Roses of Peace.
With changing aspirations and social norms, the dialogue was aimed to elicit ground issues and concerns, and the way forward in tackling new challenges. The dialogue explored a model that is unique to our context in building a stronger and more harmonious society.

Regardless of Race – The Dialogue II

“Regardless of Race – The Dialogue II” in partnership with CNA and with the support of Roses of Peace.
The programme comprised of a panel discussion and conversation with Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law on critical issues impacting race relations and the way forward in tackling new challenges and building our aspirations.

Regardless of Race – The Dialogue III

“Regardless of Race – The Dialogue III” organised by Roses of Peace, in partnership with the NUS Department of Communications and New Media, and The Straits Times and supported by OnePeople.sg.
Regardless of Race – The dialogue III-: The Impact of Social Media was held at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium at NUS Utown. Being one of the most engaging elements that is present in the lives of many today; social media can be a tool for both positive and negative influences to our communal cohesion. The dialogue brought forth a robust discussion on key challenges, new media trends and ways to build constructive conversations online.

Regardless of Race Dialogue IV – Race Relations In Times Adversity

“Regardless of Race Dialogue IV” organized by OnePeople.sg and Roses of Peace, in partnership with The Straits Times and SMU.
The dialogue saw a discussion on xenophobia and racism, how they manifest in adversity and how we can tackle them with resolve and resilience.

Regardless of Race Dialogue V – A Conversation Between Generations

“Regardless of Race Dialogue V” was organized by OnePeople.sg and The Eurasian Association, in partnership with Mothership.sg. The session relayed that while there are differences in the way different generations view issues of race, from casual racism to OB markers, there is a genuine interest amongst us to tackle real issues to pursue greater harmony as we move forward.

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