To expand the network and footprint of the YP ethos
To capture a diversity of members and views to represent Singapore’s demographics; and in doing so to spur change from within
To create a sphere of influence for members to grow and deepen their understanding of politics and how they can personalise politics to shape Singapore’s future
These 3 Es guide our every project and focus.
YP Political Discussions
29 Nov 2014, Room 801,
NTUC Building @One Marina Boulevard
In 1993, the PAP Youth Wing underwent a major transformation. Renamed the Young PAP, it would have a logo of its own. The age-limit for members will be raised from 35 to 40. The Young PAP organisation and programmes was revamped to enhance its appeal to a new generation...
Undeterred by the haze, YP members took part in Young NTUC’s SG50 Amazing Race and in the process, discovered how affordable public transport is in Singapore.
Nee Soon YP interacts with residents through a variety of causes, ranging from environment to social.
Excerpt of speech by Ms Cynthia Mark of the YOUNG PAP at the PAP60 Party Rally on Sunday, 7 December 2014.
3 former YP members, who are now MPs, tell Petir how YP influenced and deepened their involvement in serving the community.
Petir chronicles YP's early days and its milestones.