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Singapore Government Website
- Ministry of Information, Communication and Arts (MICA)
Information about MICA and its work on developing Singapore as a Global City for Information, Communications and the Arts.
- National Archives of Singapore
As Singapore’s record keeper, National Archives of Singapore keeps an extensive collection of records -textual records, photographs, audio-visual recordings, cartographical records, electronic records and oral history interviews- that document our nation’s development and the social experiences of Singaporeans.
- National Heritage Board
You can find information on the national museums and heritage institutions in Singapore on this site.
- Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI)
Know more about MTI and Singapore’s economic policies here.
- Economic Development Board (EDB)
EDB aims to turn Singapore into a compelling global hub for business and investment.
- Singapore Statues
The Singapore Statutes Online is a legal research tool which offers access to the full text of all current Acts of Singapore.
- Parliament of Singapore
Find out more about our legislative body
- The Istana
Find out more about the Istana, the official residence of the President of Singapore.
You can also check the dates for Open House of the Istana.
Find out more about ASEAN.
Information on the UN
- World Heritage Sites
Places with rich cultural heritage and natural beauty; a private site done up by a well-travelled Dutch lady.
- Citizenship website, UK
Citizenship is part of the UK curriculum. Here are some resources that the UK education department has provided for schools.
- BBC, UK
Find out how BBC supports schools with citizenship resources.
- Civics and citizenship education, Australia
This website contains resources, information, activities and links for teachers, students and parents involved in civics and citizenship education.
- Giraffe Heroes Project
An American site about community service. Inspirational stories about people who stick their necks out for the common good
People’s Association’s Youth Movement
PA’s Youth Movement caters to youths between the ages of 12 and 35, regardless of race, language or religion. Check out the many youth activities and programmes available here.
- Singapore International Foundation
An organisation that plays an unique role in actively engaging Singaporeans in international volunteerism, forging people-to-people links, helping to shape the national identity and forging a sense of what it means to be Singaporean in a borderless world.
National Youth Council (NYC)
As the national co-ordinating body for youth affairs, the NYC supports the development of youth and youth organisations through grants, awards, national and international programmes, research and publications, as well as other support services. You can find more information on Service Learning here too.
- National Volunteering and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC)
NVPC is a one-stop information and reference centre for those interested in volunteering in Singapore.
- Community Development Councils (CDCs)
Find out how the CDCs can help your school, to organise community projects and more.
A site by youths, for youths.
OnePeople.sg aims to be the leading advocate for multi-racialism – the voice and main resource centre on race relations – in Singapore.
Our Way of Life - Singaporeans' Perspectives
- Singapore United
The portal for the Community Engagement Programme.
IRCCs, are local-level inter-faith platforms in every constituency, formed to promote racial and religious harmony.
- Trust Central
Its focus is to promote racial harmony, by providing a platform for exchange of information, best practices and resources among the many other like-minded organisations in the Central Singapore District.
Posts about experiences of local heritage and history.
- Singapore Heritage Society
The Society is dedicated to the preservation, transmission and promotion of Singapore’s history, heritage and identity.
- Malay Heritage Centre
Learn more about the Malay Heritage here.
- Chinatown Heritage Centre
Learn more about the Chinatown Heritage here.
- Peranakan Association
Learn more about the Peranakan Culture here.
- The Eurasian Association, Singapore
Learn more about the Eurasian Culture here.
- History of food in Singapore
Have you ever wondered what makes Singapore food ticks? Why is hawker food (street-food) so popular? What did people of Singapore eat in the early 20th century? Find the answers here.
- Public Utility Board
PUB is a statutory board under the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. It is the water agency that manages Singapore's water supply, water catchment and used water in an integrated way.