In the Labour Movement, Brother Lee has been heavily involved in various organisations and committees. He has been Director of the Singapore Labour Foundation (SLF) since December 2001, and Director of SLF Strategic Advisers Pte Ltd since November 2010.
About 50 youths from Singapore, selected based on their commitment to be involved in projects and readiness to take action, will come together for a two-day workshop to build up climate change knowledge and learn about Singapore’s strategy to address climate change.
The Migrant Workers’ Centre (MWC) is encouraged by the Minister for Manpower Tan Chuan-Jin’s response to the findings by the Committee of Inquiry (COI) into the Little India riot on 8 December 2013. In particular, we commend his commitment to moving towards a skilled migrant workforce.
Today, 69 exemplary companies and individuals were presented with the ‘Best Companies for Mums” Awards in various categories - “Best Companies for Mums”, “Most Enabling Companies for Dads”, “Most Supportive Colleagues” and “Most Supportive Supervisors”.
The Labour Movement celebrates the SG50 milestone with its first mega party - “Appreciating U – Our Pioneers”, for Singapore’s Pioneer Generation who have contributed greatly to nation building and its accomplishments today.