In this op-ed, Bryan Teo Jun Kai (’24) and Lee Shao Ming (’24) explore the possibility of bringing farmers’ markets closer to Singaporeans to boost demand for local produce and accelerate Singapore’s progress towards the Singapore Food Agency’s goal to produce 30% of our food needs by 2030.
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In this opinion piece, Shaharaj Ahmed (’23) argues that the Progressive Wage Model is flawed on several premises.
In this op-ed, Nicole Eng Wei Quah (’21), Celine Lee Ka Leen (’24), and Seow Wei-Ming Luke (’24) argue for the corporal punishment to be banned in Singaporean schools, given little evidence for its benefits and ample literature on its negative consequences.
By Shaharaj Ahmed (’23) and Thomas Bean (’24) This op-ed is a primer for a Local Produce Cashback scheme for Singaporean farmers, proposed by Bryan Teo Jun Kai (’24), Lee Shao Ming (’24), Shaharaj Ahmed (’23), and Thomas Bean (’24). For more details on the scheme, refer to Policy Memo The Next Step in Singapore’s […]
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