The posters have attracted criticism from a women’s advocacy group for equating sexual violence to a ‘commodity to purchase and consume’. Photo: Facebook

Singapore’s anti-molestation ads create divide between advocates and police

  • The posters appear on public transport and aim to deter potential offenders by highlighting the punishments associated with sexual violence
  • However, the Association of Women for Action and Research claims the posters equate sexual violence to a ‘commodity to purchase and consume’
Topic |   Singapore

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The posters have attracted criticism from a women’s advocacy group for equating sexual violence to a ‘commodity to purchase and consume’. Photo: Facebook
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The skyline along the historic Singapore River. Photo: AFP

If Singapore is so wealthy, why do its citizens feel stuck?

  • More than half believe they will experience little financial mobility over the next decade, according to a survey
  • Experts say that with the era of miracle growth in the past, it may be time to rethink priorities
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The skyline along the historic Singapore River. Photo: AFP
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