22th March 2011
News & Views
Women and the Next Lap
Over 200 participants from all walks of life attended Women’s Choices Women’s Lives: Shaping the Next 25 Years at Kent Ridge Guild House on Saturday 5th March. Read about what happened here.
Book Launch: 50 Years of the Women’s Charter
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Women’s Charter, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) and Singapore Management University (SMU) are organising a launch party for two new books which discuss the Act. More details here.
Fighting Diskriminasi in South Sulawesi
Leigh Pasqual reports on the women's rights movement in South East Asia.Read her story here.
What Are My Choices As A Young Woman In Singapore?
Siti Nadzirah Samsudin, a 23-year-old Singaporean woman and AWARE employee finds herself asking some tough questions this International Women’s Day. Read her views here.
Made In Dagenham: Exclusive Preview
Dagenham, England, 1968. An ordinary woman fights for equal pay and achieves something extraordinary. Read more.  
What's On
Financial Awareness and Confidence Training
(FACT) 3 - Growing My Money
6th to 27th April 2011
AWARE has put together a practical financial literacy course to get women comfortable and confident about managing money.  How? By learning, sharing, talking and doing. Read more and register here.
Managers’ Guide to Dealing with Workplace Sexual Harassment
25th March 2011
Does your workplace have a clear sexual harassment policy in place and provide adequate training for managers to deal with such situations? If the answer is “no”, be part of the solution. Read the details here.