Friday, 11 Mar 2016
The PAP Women’s Wing will be contributing to a series of conversations through a parallel project focussing on women’s perspectives and aspirations.
This effort will be led by a team of 7 Members of Parliament and former MP, Penny Low. The discussions will encompass four major themes: Leadership and Social Impact, Employment and Entrepreneurship, Family and Caregiving and also Financial Well-being.
Chairperson of the Women’s Wing Minister Grace Fu said that, “Women have an important role to play in building the future of Singapore and the PAP Women’s Wing. We believe strongly in enabling women’s participation in the political discourse over a broad range of issues.”
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