19 May 2015
Please come and learn more about Singapore’s human rights track record.
The UPR is a process where UN member states are reviewed on their human rights situation.
Join our forum. Be part of this process. Raise your awareness.
Date: 28th May 2015
Time 7-9 pm
Venue: Blk 28 Midview City #03-142 18 Sin Ming Lane Singapore 573960
Register at the link below
11 March 2015
We are really sorry about the changes that we have been announcing for the forum – The Vote, the Elections and You: What Citizens Need for Free and Fair Elections.
We were told that the original venue was no longer available for our use. Then we booked another venue where the owner got us mixed up with another group, and so we stepped back as the other organisation had booked the place first.
So we have postponed the event.
The new date is: 4th April 2015
The new venue is:
21, Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188108 [map]
The time is: 2:30pm – 5:30pm Read the rest of this entry »
7 January 2015
The Court of Appeal has ruled that Section 377A is constitutional.
What does this mean for the state of our civil liberties?
Can we retain 377A, along with principles of equality and justice?
Should gender and sexual orientation be included in our right to protection against discrimination?
Come hear lawyers and academics speak on this matter.
Date: 1st February 2015
Time: 2:30pm – 5:30pm
Venue (please note change of venue):
21 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188108 [map]
Register for this event at this link.
- Dr Jack Lee’s presentation can be found here.
- MARUAH’s statement on the issue can be found here.
2 November 2014
Join us to discuss on the Prevention of Human Trafficking Bill
8th November 2014
2.30pm – 5.30pm
Blk 261 Waterloo Street
#02-27A Waterloo Centre
Register via Facebook event page below
10 October 2014
MARUAH held a press conference on 9 Oct to highlight 2 research papers, as part of its ongoing project, Defending the Legitimacy of Singapore Elections. This is the third in a series of media and public engagements that MARUAH has arranged, with the first two focusing on citizens’ confidence in the secrecy of the ballot and what it considers are areas for reform in the GRC system.
The first paper deals with the issue of electoral boundaries, mapping out the frequency of the changes made to electoral boundaries and the impact these changes have on the electorate.
MARUAH EBRC Position Paper
MARUAH EBRC Annex 1 pdf
Maruah EBRC – Annex 2 pdf
MARUAH Electoral Boundary Delimitation Powerpoint Presentation
20 July 2014
Are we muzzled?
Are we getting access to information?
Can we cope with a diversity of views?
What is the role of public institutions like our Library?
Who are they supposed to serve and how?
How do we ensure that our personal values also have a space in secular Singapore?
MARUAH is organising a forum discussion on the topic:
PULP FRICTION: Our Right To Information & Right To Expression
Our panelists will give you a comprehensive take on the right to information and expression. They will share thoughts on the recent NLB saga, governance of the Arts and how we need to look at Conflicts in other countries.
Come and be a part of this important conversation.
Date: 3rd August 2014 (Sunday)
Time: 5pm to 7pm
Venue: Blk 231 Bain Street
#04-41 Bras Bash Complex
To register for this event please click the link below.
19 June 2014
MARUAH invites you to join us for an interactive discussion on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The MDGs are 8 international development goals that were set in 2000 by the United Nations with the support of member states and various international organisations. Read the rest of this entry »