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    Women’s Register & Silver Ribbon Presents: R U Ok? Transiting from Schools to Workplaces during a Pandemic

    On 22nd July, SCWO’s Women’s Register (WR) held a mental wellness talk, R U OK? Transiting from Schools to Workplaces during a Pandemic. The talk, co-organized by WR and Silver Ribbon (Singapore) (SRS), had 23 participants who were able to gain an insight into the mental wellness scene in Singapore as well as understand how stress impacts their lives and how to manage their stress. The talk was conducted by speaker Phay Yan Deng, a Senior Clinical Executive from SRS. Yan Deng started the talk by sharing some common statistics on mental illnesses in Singapore. The session was informative and engaging with audience members actively participating via the zoom chat.…

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    Women’s Register Holds First Session on Blending Excellence

    On 1 June 2021, Women’s Register held the first session of a two-part workshop series, Blending Excellence. The workshop introduced participants to Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), a methodology with a myriad of tools and techniques which has been gaining popularity as more individuals benefit from learning and applying its principles. NLP has varied benefits. These include helping one to improve personal and interpersonal relationships, identifying one’s goals and how to achieve them, build deeper and stronger relationships, enhance confidence and self-esteem, and helping one gain a better understanding and control of their lives. The event was called Blending Excellence as participants are thought how to create their own unique blend of…

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    WR-NUS Pre-UADC Debate Championship 2020

    The WR NUS Pre-UADC Debate Championship 2020 is the 6th of the Debate Series which started in 2011 with the aim of raising awareness for gender equality and engaging our forthcoming generations of thought leaders to discuss their concerns and express their future aspirations, with a focus on women’s issues. Unlike previous years where debaters debate face-to-face, the unprecedented times have challenged us to adapt and get used to the new normal – going virtual. The championship which was open to all secondary, pre-tertiary and university students was held on the 28th and 29th November via Zoom. A total of 26 teams of 78 speakers and 16 adjudicators (local and…