Issues of The Review
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Cedric Choo, Tamara Barsova, Benjamin Pei-Wei Yang, and Vivien Su explores how Singapore can adopt lab-grown meat to address global food supply challenges caused by climate change.
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In this essay, Ng Yi Ming, Ng Qi Siang, and Heather Cheng Hoi Yeuk of the Economic Development and Inclusion Policy Centre propose a new credit scheme for low-income students in pre-tertiary schooling to tackle unequal private resources available to underprivileged school-goers. This essay is the winning entry of an essay competition held in conjunction with NUS’ U@live forum and was published in TODAY newspaper on 28 March 2019.
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Bilge Arslan, Claire Phua, and Moni Uzunovawe from the Equal Justice & Human Rights Policy Centre discuss the conditions of low-wage migrant labour in Singapore with Harrison Linder from The Octant.
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As part of the Roosevelt 10 Ideas Journal submission, the Healthcare Policy Centre discusses why the Singapore government should allow foreigners on antiretroviral medication to obtain long-term visas. Doing so can lead to better health outcomes for Singaporeans, improve Singapore’s international image, and create economic opportunities by enabling HIV-positive foreigners to work in Singapore and boosting HIV-related medical tourism.