Sean Francis Han talks with PJ Thum about his role in the 2017 MRT protest commemorating the 30th anniversary of Operation Spectrum, why he chose to take part, and how it transformed his life. We stand in solidarity with Jolovan Wham.
Wendy Low and Terence Soon, the newly appointed heads of the Progress Singapore Party’s new Women’s and Youth Wings respectively, talk to PJ Thum about the Youth Wing and its relationship to the party as a whole. They also discuss the challenges to creating a more diverse PSP, especially with regard to women and youth.
Ahead of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation on the 6th of February, Sya Taha and Saza Faradilla join PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han (Wake Up Singapore) to discuss the issue of Female Genital Cutting in Singapore, the harm it causes, and the barriers to eliminating it.
Deborah Germaine Augustin sits down with New Naratif’s new Editor-in-Chief, Jacob Goldberg, and they talk about his direction and what members can look forward to under his leadership.
Wendy Low and Terence Soon, the newly appointed heads of the Progress Singapore Party’s new Women’s and Youth Wings respectively, talk to PJ Thum about why they decided to join politics, what they hope to achieve, their values and vision for Singapore, and the challenges of establishing their respective wings.
PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han (Wake Up Singapore) speak to Reetaza “Reetz” Chatterjee, the founder of “Your Head Lah!” about her own experiences with mental illness, her journey in figuring out her role in activism, and about the mental health landscape in Singapore.
Fidellithy Tan, writer and host of the “History of Colonisation” podcast, discusses with PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han (Wake Up Singapore) about her podcast, her goals, and her thoughts on history, colonialism, and education in Singapore.
Deborah Augustin and PJ Thum reflect on the moments that defined this year for New Naratif.
Charles Yeo skyrocketed to fame in Singapore’s recent elections and subsequently was elected chairman of the Reform Party. He talks to PJ Thum and Sean Francis Han (Wake Up, Singapore) about his life and political beliefs, immigration policy and the future of the Reform Party.
Singapore’s next review of its human rights record by the UN is due in mid-2021. Jolene Tan and Emmy Charissa, who contributed to Singapore’s civil society reports for previous and upcoming iterations of the review, sit down with PJ Thum to explain the Universal Periodic Review, why it matters and the latest civil society report.