Issues of The Review
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This op-ed is an extension of the policy memo "WeCARE: Expanding childcare awareness to facilitate employment for single mothers".
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This op-ed is an extension of the policy memo "Budding Entrepreneurs from a Young Age".
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In this policy memo, Choo Wai Keat ('24), Dineshram Sukumar ('24), Htet Myet Min Tun ('24), Sean Low ('24), Thimali Bandara ('24), and Zen Alexander Goh ('23) explore how a lack of pre-university entrepreneurship education results in Singaporeans' perception of themselves as unentrepreneurial despite Singapore's high international rankings on innovation, and propose that the government build a secondary school-level nationwide network for students to nurture their entrepreneurial interests, exchange ideas, and attain mentorship from entrepreneurs and industry experts.
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CONTENT WARNING: MENTIONS OF SELF-HARM AND SUICIDE In this policy memo, Nicole Quah ('21), Celine Lee ('24), and Luke Seow ('24) observe that a lack of mental health education and employer behaviour regulation has culminated into a mental health crisis among migrant construction workers in Singapore, and propose that the Singapore government (1) provide manpower and financial support to NGOs currently providing mental health resources; (2) require employers to purchase insurance with mental health coverage for their employees and; (3) create a channel to disseminate mental health-related information to migrant workers with their employers and dormitory operators.