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Check out the latest news and happenings at AWARE
February 27, 2012

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AWARE Centre

Blk 5 Dover Crescent
Singapore 130005

Tel +65) 6779 7137
Fax (+65) 6777 0318


International Women's Day celebration: Screening of Miss Representation

We are screening this critically acclaimed documentary on March 4, 2pm, at The Substation. This film exposes how the media's limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls make it difficult for women to achieve leadership positions. Find out more here and get your tickets here. Limited seats left, so hurry!


Sugar & Spice: Women talk about girlhood

More International Women's Day fun: AWARE and Etiquette present this March 8 reading of poetry and prose. Held at The Pigeonhole at 7.30pm, the line-up includes writers Ovidia Yu and Dana Lam, as well as a video by Zarina Muhammad and Lisa Li where women address issues central to their childhoods. Get more details here.

Tell us what you think of the 2012 Singapore Budget

We are concerned that the policies meant to provide more support to vulnerable groups may still exclude significant proportions of the population. Read our Budget submission here and our response to the 2012 Budget announcements here. On March 24, we are organising a Roundtable to discuss Budget 2012. Come and share your thoughts. Find out more and register here.


Wanted: Sexual Assault Befriender Services Co-ordinator

We are looking for a dynamic person with excellent people skills to manage our newly established Sexual Assault Befrienders Service (SABS). This is a 4-day week job. The person will report directly to the Support Services Manager. Get the details here and apply by March 3.

Wanted: Volunteers to be SABS Befrienders

Our Sexual Assault Befrienders Service (SABS) supports female survivors of sexual assault. SABS Befrienders accompany survivors to the police, the hospital or to court, providing information and emotional support. Think you have what it takes to be a SABS Befriender? Join us! Get more information here and apply by March 15.