“Regardless of Religion” : Building a Stronger Singaporean Society
Nur Diyanah Anwar
Date of Issue2018-02-12
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
A little-noticed but significant 2017 survey on the Singaporean public’s responses to scenarios following hypothetical terror attacks appears to suggest this: notwithstanding the progress made after 52 years in our nation-building journey, more can be done to forge trust and understanding between religious and racial groups. The results of the survey should be parsed with the broader context in mind to make for a more resilient society.
Country and Region Studies
RSIS Commentaries, 021-18
Nanyang Technological University