Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA
Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA

Women’s rights: why Singapore wants to change the way we think about gender equality

  • In a bold new approach to women’s rights the city state wants to ‘re-tune’ the mindsets of a new generation so ‘every girl and boy imbibes gender equality’
  • Why now, what took so long, and what should be done while we wait for enlightened young minds to grow up?

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Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA
Two women are reflected in a glass panel at the Chinatown district of Singapore. Photo: EPA
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