6 May 2010
This vitamin may help protect you from cancer
Most of us already know what steps to take to reduce our cancer risk – stop smoking, start exercising, eat healthily and so on. It’s all good advice. But we can do more to protect ourselves from some kinds of cancer. Start by making sure you are not vitamin D deficient. DR BARBARA VAN AMERONGEN explains. Read.
Art tells stories, and women’s stories need telling
Women artists have been ignored for far too long, says TANIA DE ROZARIO. The void must be closed because art starts conversations and we need to have more conversations about the issues that matter to women. Find out more.
|Sexual harassment: Is the tide turning?|
Human resource managers in Singapore are alert to the problem of sexual harassment at the workplace and keen to do something about it. This was apparent when they turned up for the launch of AWARE’s workshops dealing with the issue. Read.
Women World Wide
Book Keeper (Part-time)
Are you a book keeper with at least five years of experience with a keen eye for detail and good planning, organizing and prioritising skills? We need you at AWARE. More details here.
AWARE Film Night: An Education
8 May, AWARE Centre
If you missed the award-winning An Education when it was screened in Singapore, catch it at the AWARE Centre. Details.
Getting to Know AWARE Night
20 May 2010
Learn about AWARE and make new friends. That’s what our ‘Getting to know AWARE nights’ are about. Get the details.
What’s on Elsewhere
7 – 9 May 2010
Rafta Rafta is a comedy in English which centres around a newlywed couple and their meddlesome families. More details here.
21 April – 8 May, Drama Centre Theatre Find out how some animals are more equal than others in this new production by Wild Rice of George Orwell’s satire. More.
23 May, Raffles Hotel Jubilee Hall
A musical exploring in a humourous way the issues involved in relationships. Staged in support of WINGS, the musical features songs and music are by Lim Kay Siu and August Lum. More.
The Full Monty
18 June – 4 July, Drama Centre Theatre
PANGDEMONiUM!'s inaugural production is a hilarious and heartwarming musical comedy adapted from the Oscar winning movie of the same name. Find out more.