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Check out the latest news and happenings at AWARE
June 2013

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AWARE Centre

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Singapore 130005

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Community Theatre At Its Best!

About 220 people turned up on 22nd June for the premiere of Just A Bad Day. If you missed this thought-provoking play on violence against women, click here for a quick summary!


The Joys of Shared Parenting

Mothers and fathers are made, not born. Read Teo You Yenn's insights on equal parenting here and Callan Tham's views on the joys of shared parenting here.

Wanted: Support Services Executive (Full Time Position)

AWARE seeks an organised and efficient individual with good people skills to join our Support Services team, the frontline of AWARE's outreach and assistance to members of the public. Find out more and apply here.

What Fathers Day on Father's Day

To mark Father's Day, AWARE invited three fathers to give their views of the newly introduced paternity leave and conversion of one week of maternity leave to shared parental leave.Read their take on pro-family policies here.


We Can! booth and performance at *SCAPE!

Calling all youth! On 6 and 7 July, look out for the We Can! booth at *SCAPE's Share It! community weekend and stand to win some cool campaign merchandise. Make your own pledge to end violence, and don't miss the Forum Theatre Performance at 7pm on Sunday. Details here.

WE CAN! Change Maker Workshops

This fortnightly interactive workshop is the heart of the We Can! End All Violence Against Women Campaign. Come down on 27 July to explore how you can get involved in preventing violence against women. Find out more and register here.

Roundtable: Housing Singaporeans - Should unmarried people be lesser citizens?

Singapore's housing policies penalise single individuals caring for relatives or friends but who don't fall within the Government's narrow definition of "family." The AWARE Singles sub-committee will share preliminary research findings and a draft of our policy recommendations. Get the details here.