Past Programmes

Past Programmes

 

We try to keep our programmes dynamic and relevant. Over more than two decades, many of our programmes have evolved, while others live on under the umbrella of other organisations. Below are some of our past programmes.

If you’re an alumnus of any of our programmes, we’d love to reconnect with you.

Camp Singapore
Friendship Express
Humanitarian Relief Programme
Ideas For A Better World Forum
International Student Community
Little by Little
Middle East Eminent Persons Programme
SIF-ASEAN Student Fellowship
SIF Distinguished Visitors
SIF International Student Symposium
SIF Welcomes!
Singapore Challenge
Singapore Encore
Singapore Kopitiam
Youth Expedition Project

 

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1 June 2017
Picture a Better World Photo Contest

Closing Date: 15 October 2017 As the age-old expression goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Do you have such a picture in your possession - one that captures acts, or people and places, contributing towards building a...

1 June 2017
Shaping Perspectives and Enabling Opportunities for an Inclusive Society

The National Arts Council (NAC), British Council Singapore (BC) and Singapore International Foundation (SIF) partner for the second time to co-organise the Arts & Disability Forum 2017, a two-day forum which aims to raise awareness of the...

28 March 2017
Young Social Entrepreneurs 2017 Brings Together Multi-Sectorial Partners to Nurture Global Changemakers for a Better World

Key to success is government, private, academic and social entrepreneurial sectors coming together to ensure scalable social impact.

5 May 2017
Arts & Disability Forum 2017

How can arts and culture shape a more inclusive society? The Arts & Disability Forum 2017, held at the Enabling Village, brought together participants from across the People, Private and Public sectors with speakers from Hong Kong, the United...

16 February 2017
Citizen Ambassadors

Meet some of our Citizen Ambassadors who make friends for a better world and inspire others to do the same. Without them, we would not be able to do what we do. We celebrate their work and how they connect for change.

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