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COP26: The Good, the Bad and the Politics
COP26: The Good, the Bad and the Politics

COP26: The Good, the Bad and the Politics

With the 2021 COP26 negotiations on climate change concluded, we unpack what was, what is, and what still needs to be done.
Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System
Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System

Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System

Ben Chester Cheong, Lecturer, Law Programmes, shares how public confidence in the legal system shapes Singapore’s economy and reputation.
The Future of Volunteerism
The Future of Volunteerism

The Future of Volunteerism

The Why, What and How of Collective Care
Hybrid Learning: A Lesson in Adaptability
Hybrid Learning: A Lesson in Adaptability

Hybrid Learning: A Lesson in Adaptability

The education landscape has changed dramatically these days. This article explores how hybrid learning can drive the future of education.
Making the Case for Criminal Law
Making the Case for Criminal Law

Making the Case for Criminal Law

The vast majority of criminal cases in Singapore never make it to court in the first place. Why is it so and why does it matter?
Digitalisation: Driving Charities Forward
Digitalisation: Driving Charities Forward

Digitalisation: Driving Charities Forward

More charities are embracing digitalisation in this new reality. We explore the hows and whys with insights from our faculty.
Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities
Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities

Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities

A fierce and ever-evolving job market has intensified the need to constantly upskill. Stackable learning pathways can provide the solution.
How Can Our Built Environment Be Sustainable?
How Can Our Built Environment Be Sustainable?

How Can Our Built Environment Be Sustainable?

Facing unprecedented climate change, how can a circular economy help design better and greener buildings for a more sustainable future?

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