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Abuse Of Migrant Workers In Singapore

Singapore is a city constructed by migrant workers. Through the stories of two Singapore pro bono lawyers, we understand their motivations in fighting for the rights of migrant workers and seeking justice for those who have been abused by their employers.

Laughing Till It Hurts | Kumar

Laughing Till It Hurts is a documentary on the struggles and pain of Kumar, Singapore’s most prominent stand-up comedian.

An investigative interview: Singapore 50 years after independence – 45th St. Gallen Symposium

Tharman Shanmugaratnam (SG), Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Finance of Singapore Topic Leader: Stephen Sackur (GB), Presenter, BBC HARDtalk

Maid abuse in Singapore

Watch the full video here to find out how young girls are often easy targets for abusive employers inside Singaporean homes:

Interview with Lee Kuan Yew

National Archives – Interview with Lee Kuan Yew – National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 – 12/04/1981). – This film is footage of an interview in which the Prime Minister of Singapore spoke on the Vietnam War and the problems of Southeast Asia.

Poverty in the Golden Years

The issue of elderly poverty in Singapore has been trivialised by some who believe they collect cardboards for “exercise”. We found out that this was not true when we interviewed several elderly who have fallen through the cracks and have to survive by doing manual labour in their golden years. Many were forced into working […]

Growing Roots – This Farmer Is Taking Root On Your Rooftops // Discovery on Viddsee

Watch more Awesome Short Films at This documentary showcases the people behind the urban farms that have been mushrooming amidst the glass and steel towers of Singapore’s central district. The film follows the trials and tribulations of Comcrop’s Allan Lim and his vertical faming venture, as well as the challenges and triumphs of social […]