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Check out the latest news and happenings at AWARE
May 2016

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AWARE Centre

Blk 5 Dover Crescent
Singapore 130005

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


Our Annual Ball is happening on 17 October!

We're very happy to announce that AWARE's annual fundraising ball will be held on 17 October at St Regis Singapore this year! Read more about the ball and watch this space for details on the theme - coming up very soon!

#asinglelove tells the true stories of single parents

Seen our fresh #asinglelove posters on the Northeast Line? The two people featured in the posters, Jesvinder Kaur and Wayne Toh, agreed to go public with their stories to help bring attention to the challenges faced by single parents. Read more about this phase of the campaign here!

Take part in our giveaway!

Want to win $30 worth of FairPrice vouchers? Take part in our giveaway by answering this simple question: 'What is one change you'd like to see happen to improve the lives of single parents in Singapore?'. Write in your answer here!


Recognise and support all mothers equally

Mother's Day was especially significant this year. It came shortly after news that equal maternity leave and a $3,000 Child Development Account grant will be available to all new mothers of citizen children, regardless of marital status. Read our op-ed calling for equality for single mothers, first published in The Online Citizen.

Join our team as a Research Executive!

We are looking for an organised and efficient individual with good research, analysis and writing skills to join our Advocacy, Research and Communications team (ARC). Think you might fit the bill? Read more here!


Take part in our Ramadan Talks

Our Ramadan Talks are back! Gender Equality IS Our Culture (GEC) will be holding their third round of Ramadan Talks - a 3-part series of presentations and discussions about issues in the Muslim community. Check out the line-up here and don't forget to register!

SACC launches its first support group

The Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) is launching a support group for women who have experienced sexual assault. By attending this support group, participants will meet and draw support from other women facing similar struggles. More information here.