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Check out the latest news and happenings at AWARE
April 2014

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AWARE Centre

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Singapore 130005

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Fax (+65) 6777 0318


This is your life. Get tested.

Have you seen the new video on women and HIV released by the We Can! campaign? Watch it now, and see how the way that we talk to those around us about HIV, marriage and sex can put women's health at serious risk.


AWARE has a new Board!

AWARE held it's 29th Annual General Meeting on 26 April. Forty-five members attended, discussing AWARE's work and future plans and electing the new AWARE Board. Click here to see who's on the new board, 2014-16.

Questioning additional benefits for NSmen

AWARE sparked a conversation this month about gender equality in National Service and making access to basic needs like housing conditional on military service. Read our views covered in MyPaper and TODAY.

Civil society responds to anti-trafficking bill

Civil society groups and activists including AWARE, HOME and Project X sent an open letter to MP Christopher De Souza and the Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking-in-Persons, raising concerns about the proposed anti-trafficking bill.

Gender equality in the press



Empowering youth for activism

Our new programme, Youth Empowered for Activism! (YEA!), will train a pilot group of young people aged 17-25 to create change through skills and community building workshops. Click here for details and to apply now!

Join our next Change Maker workshop

Be a part of the We Can! End All Violence Against Women campaign by becoming a Change Maker. Come discuss social attitudes that tolerate and perpetuate gender violence at our next workshop on 24 May and 4 June. Sign up here!

Check out our new CEDAW microsite

AWARE has launched a new microsite on CEDAW - the Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. Come on in to understand CEDAW and Singapore's international commitments.