Minister Josephine Teo held a meaningful conversation with participants on online safety, moderated by Supervisory Panel member Sarojini Padmanathan.

Online Safety
Between June to August, REACH gathered public feedback on MCI’s proposed new codes under the Broadcasting Act to strengthen Singapore’s online regulatory approach and tackle online harms. The engagements were conducted via REACH’s WhatsApp chat groups and our e-Listening Point. Minister Josephine spoke to participants, including students and parents of young children, who shared their views and offered suggestions on how the collective efforts from the community, private sector and Government can help enhance online safety.
Russia-Ukraine Series
In April and May, REACH organised conversations on the Russia-Ukraine conflict with Minister Vivian Balakrishnan and Minister Chan Chun Sing. The sessions saw robust discussions between the Ministers and participants on Singapore’s foreign policy considerations and lessons to be drawn from the crisis.

Minister Chan Chun Sing chaired a Mandarin engagement on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Participants shared their concerns and views in small groups before engaging in a question-and-answer session with the Minister. 

Healthier SG
REACH engaged our WhatsApp chat group participants on the Healthier SG initiative, and it triggered an enthusiastic response. Over a dialogue, members of the public also share their views on how we can improve the health of ourselves, our loved ones, and future generations.

REACH Deputy Chairperson and Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Health Rahayu Mahzam in a small group discussion with participants of a public consultation on the Healthier SG strategy.

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