New exhibition imagines the lives of Singapore women in 2050

17/1/2022 12:05:00 PM

Exhibition to explore what lives of Singapore women may look like in 2050

https://str.sg/wQeySINGAPORE - When Dr Kanwaljit Soin found that Singapore did not have an organisation focusing on improving the social and legal status of women, she started the Association of Women for Action and Research.It became the leading women's rights and gender equality group in Singapore and carries on its good work today promoting equitable laws and policies, and educating the public on gender equality.

Dr Soin is among the women featured in a new exhibition which was launched at the National Museum of Singapore on Monday (Jan 17). It is the final instalment in a three-part series The Lives of Women by the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame - an initiative by the Singapore Council of Women's Organisations (SCWO).

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Copy to clipboard https://str.There were three fatalities, taking the country's death toll from coronavirus complications to 843, according to the latest infection statistics on the Ministry of Health's (MOH) .SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 863 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Sunday (Jan 16), including 363 imported infections.There were no fatalities, and the death toll from coronavirus complications remains at 843 according to the latest infection statistics on the Ministry of Health's (MOH) website.

sg/wQey SINGAPORE - When Dr Kanwaljit Soin found that Singapore did not have an organisation focusing on improving the social and legal status of women, she started the Association of Women for Action and Research. It became the leading women's rights and gender equality group in Singapore and carries on its good work today promoting equitable laws and policies, and educating the public on gender equality. Among the new cases, 552 were locally transmitted. Dr Soin is among the women featured in a new exhibition which was launched at the National Museum of Singapore on Monday (Jan 17). Among the new cases reported on Sunday, 500 were locally transmitted. It is the final instalment in a three-part series The Lives of Women by the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame - an initiative by the Singapore Council of Women's Organisations (SCWO). A total of 692 new Omicron infections were confirmed on Saturday, comprising 151 imported cases and 541 local cases. Other women showcased include Singapore Malay dance pioneer Som Said, pioneering illustrator Kwan Shan Mei and Singapore's first female marathon gold medallist Kandasamy Jayamani. This is presented as a separate set of data from the daily Covid-19 cases.

The latest exhibition paints a picture of what life might look like for women in Singapore in 2050 in the areas of education, work, population, leadership and public life, said Ms Junie Foo, president of the SCWO. The weekly infection growth rate on Saturday was 1. This is presented as a separate set of data from the daily COVID-19 cases. It touches on issues such as the caregiving burden that many women have to shoulder, and the challenges they face at the workplace, she added. These were raised during the year-long Conversations on Singapore Women's Development, an initiative by the Government to review issues concerning women.38. The opening of the exhibition was attended by some of the inductees and Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and National Development Sim Ann.47. Speaking at the event, Ms Sim said the Government has implemented measures such as revising sentencing framework for sexual and hurt offences, as well as revising the Singapore Exchange listing rules to require companies to disclose their board's diversity policy, including that on gender. As of Saturday, Singapore has recorded 290,986 Covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. A figure above 1 means that the number of new weekly Covid-19 cases is rising.

It also has plans to elevate the Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices, which will help level the playing field for women in the workplace, she said. A White Paper with proposals to tackle issues concerning women will be presented in Parliament in the next few months, Ms Sim added. Twelve patients are in the intensive care unit. As of Sunday, Singapore has recorded 291,849 COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. It includes feedback from close to 6,000 participants in 160 conversations during the Conversations on Singapore Women's Development, she said. "I urge all women to help shape and bring to life (the) possibilities (for them), and to take inspiration from many of our successful women from the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame present today," said Ms Sim. This figure has been updated to include children aged five to 11 after vaccination for this age group started on Dec 27. "We all have the potential to be pioneers and pathfinders, and inspire others as these women have inspired us. As of Saturday, 91 per cent of Singapore's eligible population have completed their full vaccination regimen under the national vaccination programme. This figure has been updated to include children aged five to 11 after vaccination for this age group started on Dec 27.

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