We host policy makers and influencers from different countries on a regular basis to strengthen mutual understanding and people-to-people ties.
These visits are aimed at facilitating a discussion on our economic, foreign and security policies with Singapore leaders, while providing a better understanding of Singapore’s perspective on regional and global developments.
• The Raffles Programme hosts Japanese leaders.
• The Republic of Korea Director-General Visit Programme hosts South Korean senior officials.
• The United States Congressional Staff Members Visit Programme hosts Congressional Staffers from different states.
• Journalists from the United States, Europe, China, Indonesia and India have also joined us on visits to discuss Singapore’s policies in areas such as transportation, waste and water management, public service, sustainability and urban solutions. Concurrently, we explore local culture, diversity, creativity and humanitarian work.
We connect members of the global community with those in Singapore to facilitate an exchange of ideas that can lead to greater understanding, stronger people-to-people ties and inspire change.
SIF-NYC Collaborate to Build Regional Network of Young Changemakers
Singapore International Foundation (SIF) and National Youth Council (NYC) ink a three-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), formalising their partnership and commitment to collaborate on the ASEAN Youth Fellowship.
Perspectives of an ASEAN Community from Around the Globe – SIF Launches Volume III of ‘Singapore: Insights from the Inside’
To commemorate Singapore’s chairmanship of ASEAN this year, the SIF has brought together perspectives from friends across the globe on what the ASEAN identity means to them and how Singapore has and can contribute towards a better ASEAN...
Collaborating Across Abilities and Cultures
About 350 participants from 12 countries attended the Arts & Disability International Conference 2018 to share developments in the area of arts and disability.
Enhancing Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services Programme in Surabaya
Some 200 Indonesian healthcare workers in Surabaya, Indonesia have been equipped with enhanced knowledge and skills to assess, treat and manage child and adolescent patients with emotional and behavioural issues. This follows a two-year...
Friends for a Better World
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