These are events that expand the perspectives of attendees towards different social issues, including talks, activities, films, photo exhibitions, games and many more. Some examples include:
Be Inspired Series
A public lecture series where we invite global and local leaders to speak about different social issues. Past speakers include:
- Tong Yee – Creating Trust in a Complex Environment
- Boo Jun Feng – Death Penalty and Civil Discourse
- Dr Jean-Louis Lamboray – SALT Approach to Community Building
- Playmoolah – Teach Me to be Wild
- Julia Suh – Transforming Urban Spaces for Common Good
Brick by Brick Workshop
Brick by Brick is an evening of discovery through Lego, as we explore how we can become better leaders to serve people and communities we care about.
Learn how to unlock the potential of your people, grapple with complex social issues and foster creative thinking, all while playing with LEGO bricks!
Social Inclusion, Social Inequality and Self-Discovery
Iaminvisible Photo Exhibition
A photo narrative to uncover and bring the stories of everyday people into the light. Through a series of compelling photos and stories, it seeks to challenge stereotypes and inspire people to embrace our differences to inspire love, hope, strength, gratitude and resilience.
Social Inclusion and Differently-Abled Persons
Paths to Happiness, Young and Old
A live sized version of the popular board game ‘Snakes & Ladders’ designed to help participants learn about Mental Wellness and Seniors landscape in Singapore.
Participants will try to reach the end of the board, with each tile containing a task that helps them either interact with a senior or learn about mental illness or wellness.
U3rd Age and Silver Ribbon
Mental Wellness, Intergenerational Bonding
A space where attendees can come and experience authentic communication and gain clarity around common life issues such as power, money and sex.
Attendees also learn a simple process of communication that allows them to connect easily and improve their conversations with others.
Lionel and Lisa Koh
Here's What People Are Saying
“What I really enjoyed most was the lightness that he brings about with a complex topic – trust, a serious one. My key takeaway is really don’t stop finding common space with people and drop that barrier, how do you find a way to be connected with the person, that’s a starting point of building trust.”KennySpeaker Series (Tong Yee)
“I’m grateful for this event and for Ning for creating this event for me to share my story. Because when I share my story it also lets me reflect back on my life. Sometimes it also gives me back the strength and it also leads me to think about what happened to me and the reasons why it happened to me, and how I can use it to reach out to others.”SherryIaminvisible Photo Exhibition
“I enjoyed the dyad session because it is a very open place for me to share and learn more about myself, and to get clarity on the issues that affect my life, without judgment. ”SeanDyad Evening