I will attempt to present the argument that you can support the repeal of S377A even if you’re a social conservative. Here’s why.
6 years on, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station is still leaking. The facility’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) recorded “record high levels of radiation” inside a damaged reactor.
What would happen if every ASEAN country united today to form a United ASEAN Superstate? What would that country look like?
Singapore is a country of diversity, especially when it comes to food. We accept all kinds of food. Chinese, Malay,…
On the 26th of May, 2016, one of the largest human rights organisations in the world released a 17-page policy…
More than 200 civilians were reportedly killed in a single airstrike on Mosul, as the United Nations warns the worst was yet to come for those still trapped in the Iraqi city. Some 230 bodies of mostly women and children were pulled from three adjoining houses in the Jadida neighbourhood of west Mosul where ISIS fighters are still active.
Several challenges still remain for women in the developing world, where regressive cultural practices, social stigma and religious autocracy still impede the progress of women in society. In these 5 countries in particular, woman still lack the basic rights we have taken for granted in the developed world.
The government is not the least bit interested in tackling the proliferation of fake news. If they were, we would have seen our own ministers and MPs passionately chiding the mainstream media for their countless lapses. Rather, the changes to the broadcasting act will likely target websites with, pro opposition, anti-establishment, anti-PAP leanings.
For all of Singapore’s first world accolades, we are sorely lacking in the department of human rights, and in particular – LGBT rights. With the archaic S377a still in the legal books, Singapore holds the unenviable title of being the only developed country in the world that still has laws criminalizing homosexual relations.