Youth-in-Action on Racial and Religious Harmony
Racial and religious harmony can be as simple as friends of different ethnicities and beliefs coming together and celebrating our unique, individual cultures and faiths through different festivals.
National Day is one such occasion where we come together from different races and backgrounds as one nation. Third Sergeant Lau Kar Wai from the National Cadet Corps shares his thoughts on what racial and religious harmony means to him!
Microaggression has no place in our society. It is entirely in our hands to take the first steps to build a Singapore where everyone feels valued without any prejudice. Let’s check out what Liz, a youth cosplayer in Singapore, has to say.
Kickstarting Conversations on Racial and Religious Harmony
Racial and religious harmony can mean different things to each of us. In our multi-racial and multi-religious society, there are many ingredients that have to come together to make this unique recipe work.
Guilty of the above? Most of us may have expressed a similar thought at some point. Unknowingly, we too may have contributed to casual racism. We hope to dispel stereotypes and move towards embracing our diversity through honest sharing conversations.
How can we frame a collective call-to-action to build a better home in our multi-racial and multi-religious society?
With a deeper understanding on each other’s cultures and backgrounds, we can better appreciate and embrace one another’s diversity.
You can be the spark that brings about a kinder, more inclusive, and united Singapore by sharing your honest opinions on race and religion through our nationwide survey.