On National Day every year, the Labour Movement, including our affiliated unions and association, will call on our tripartite partners and workers to join us in our celebrations.
Themed “Majulah! U & me”, our National Day Observance Ceremonies (NDOCs) are rally calls to stay united and progress together as an inclusive Labour Movement. Kicking off on 4 August, our NDOCs hope to promote “inclusiveness” of all Collars, Ages and Nationalities. To create greater synergies and outreach, the series of cluster-based, theme-based, and company-based NDOCs will carry on throughout the month. The final ceremony will be held on 31 August.
On 9 August, The Padang will host 13,000 as Young NTUC Celebrates! National Day! Participants can expect to be thrilled with fun and games as NTUC’s youth wing honours the nation’s independence with making history with the formation of the largest human flag and an emotional candle lighting session.
Making NTUC proud is our very own marching contingent in this year’s National Day Parade! Pledging the Labour Movement’s commitment to breathing the Singapore spirit and flying our flag high, our marchers represent the heartbeat of the Labour Movement.
Join us as we celebrate Singapore’s 46th birthday in a big way!
Majulah! U & me!
Labour Movement celebrates its final National Day Observance Ceremony
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loongs National Day Rally speech on 14 August 2011 tackled pertinent issues Singaporeans are most concerned about. Here are some responses from Labour Members of Parliament and unionists.
U Family organises ' Baby's Day Out' in celebration of Singapore's 46th birthday
Better Jobs for All . Labour Movement for All . Tripartism for All.
This Active Ager National Day Observant Ceremony is jointly organised by the NTUC Re-employment Group and the U live. This is the platform for us to show case of our progress in the area of re-employment and also to remind us that we shall stay active and healthy and be engaged and connected.
Singapore is a successful global Financial Centre. We rank third behind London and New York according to the Global Financial Centre Index. With more than 600 financial institutions and over 126,000 workers, we collectively make up about 11% of Singapores GDP last year