Conference Singapore Perspectives 2016 WE

Conference Singapore Perspectives 2016 WE

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel One: Collaborative Governance»

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel One: Collaborative Governance»The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) will hold its annual flagship Singapore Perspectives (SP) conference on 18 January 2016. The theme of SP2016 is “We” – the first word in the National Pledge summoning into existence that collective noun, Singaporean. Over decades of nation-building, we have achieved much. Though Singapore is no longer the product solely of a mere will of imagination, Singaporeans should nevertheless reimagine who “We” are. Having celebrated SG50, how are we to move ahead as a people towards SG100? Should our aspirations and ideals remain constant? If not, how should we change? What would threaten or strengthen the future of “We”? Singapore Perspectives 2016 “We” — Panel 1: Collaborative Governance? Singapore has become politically and socially more diverse as its citizens have become more educated and civil society more vibrant. How can we continue to have good governance amidst increasing diversity and the expansion of civic and cultural activism? The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) © 2016

 

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Two: Cohesive Diversity»

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Two: Cohesive Diversity»Singapore Perspectives 2016 “We” — Panel 2: Cohesive Diversity? The challenges in keeping society cohesive include the integration of new migrants and the maintenance of religious harmony in the face of growing religiosity. How can Singapore remain a tolerant, open society? Speaker: Mr Ng Chee Meng, Acting Minister for Education (Schools) Chairperson: Mr Walter Fernandez, Editor-in-Chief, MediaCorp Pte Ltd Panellists: Professor David Chan, Director, Behavioural Sciences Institute, SMU Associate Professor Elaine Ho, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore (NUS) Mr Hassan Ahmad, Technical Adviser & Executive Director, Corporate Citizen Foundation While SP2015 coincided with Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, SP2016 will mark the first year in the next half-century of our island-nation’s story.. The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) © 2016

 

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Three: Inclusive Growth»

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Three: Inclusive Growth»Singapore Perspectives 2016 “We” — Panel 3: Inclusive Growth? The inequalities that have come with Singapore’s economic growth have occasioned a greater focus on the less well-off. How can we have growth with equity, productivity and innovation with inclusiveness and mutual help, and cosmopolitanism with kampung spirit? Speaker: Mr Ong Ye Kung, Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Chairperson: Mr Vikram Khanna, Associate Editor, The Business Times Panellists: Mr Yeoh Lam Keong, Adjunct Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), NUS Dr Chua Hak Bin, Head of ASEAN Economics, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Professor Tan Kong Yam, Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute, LKYSPP, NUS. The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) © 2016

 

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Four: The Future of WE»

Singapore Perspectives 2016 «WE» Panel Four: The Future of WE»Singapore Perspectives 2016 “We” — Panel 4: The Future of “We” We have achieved much over decades of nation-building. Though Singapore is no longer the product solely of a mere will of imagination, Singaporeans should nevertheless reimagine who “We” are. Having celebrated SG50, how are we to move ahead as a people towards SG100? Should our aspirations and ideals remain constant? If not, how should we change? What would threaten or strengthen the future of “We”? Speaker: Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Finance Chairperson: Ms Debra Soon, Head, Family (English) and Premier Segment, MediaCorp TV Pte Ltd Panellists: Mr Ho Kwon Ping, Chairman, Board of Trustees, SMU Ambassador Bilahari Kausikan, 2015/16 S R Nathan Fellow for the Study of Singapore, IPS Ambassador Chan Heng Chee, Chairman, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design. The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) © 2016

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