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  • Commentary: On homosexuality and cohabitation – differences on moral issues need not lead to polarised society

    By: IPS Editor | May 17, 2019 | Hits: 313

    Whether differences in opinion on issues of morality will lead to a fragmented and feuding society is something we can guard against, say the Institute of Policy Studies’ Mathew Mathews and Leonard Lim. SINGAPORE: Singaporeans remain generally conservative on issues of morality, as a recent Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) paper on Religion, Morality and…..

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  • How can Singapore move up the values ladder?

    By: IPS Editor | Aug 14, 2018 | Hits: 1485

    Singaporeans can be a self-reflexive lot. We have been socialised to believe in excellence and self-reliance, and in many ways, we have tried to live up to those expectations. However, we often feel conflicted within themselves: we have done well as a nation and economy; but, as individuals, we perhaps still see ourselves caught in…..

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  • People-Centred Growth in Ascent to SG100

    By: admintest admintest | Feb 22, 2016 | Hits: 1654

    In thinking about Singapore’s economic future, the most important frame that the past two General Elections have provided us is the need for “inclusive growth”. What is deemed good for the economy must be judged on whether it is good for Singaporeans, right across the spectrum of the workforce. Four drivers of change can affect…..

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