A guest issue from Sherry Toh on the lack of adequate support structures and aid for people with rare diseases in Singapore.
On the history of Labour Day in Singapore, and why we need one right now.
Medicine and marginality: An excerpt from Not Without Us: Perspectives on Disability and Inclusion in Singapore
An excerpt from Not Without Us: Perspectives on Disability and Inclusion in Singapore, published by Ethos Books.
An excerpt from Brown Is Redacted, a new book published by Ethos Books.
The following is an excerpt from a chapter of What We Inherit: Growing Up Indian, an anthology published by the Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) telling the stories of Indian women (and a few men) in Singapore. What We Inherit is now available for pre-order — the link
With some help from friends and readers of We, The Citizens, a starting point for anyone wading through all the social media posts, news reports, misinformation and confusions about the war in Ukraine.
Apologies for not having a weekly wrap today — an emergency came up yesterday afternoon and I basically ran out of time to write a wrap. 😭 If I can, I'll write one this weekend so you'll get a wrap on Monday. If not, we'll be back to regular programming next weekend,
Apologies for not having a weekly wrap this Saturday; in trying to take on a few big deadlines I've overdone it and run myself down. 😢 But I'm really excited about this special issue; it covers something that I've been curious about for a long time, and I'm so glad that
cw: death, murder, violence
The following is a guest issue by Jolene Tan. Jolene is a Singaporean writer whose novels include AFTER THE INQUIRY (Ethos Books, 2021) and A CERTAIN EXPOSURE (Epigram Books, 2014). She previously ran communications and advocacy at AWARE, and she was a co-founder of No To Rape, the campaign to