YSA’S DNA – INNOVATE TO PROGRES
Although the innovation culture of an organisation is suited for for-profit set-ups, it is also applicable to a non-profit organisation such as YSA. The Sikh community, like other communities in Singapore, faces its fair share of challenges and issues. It thus becomes the duty of the community as a whole to address the challenges. While the Sikh community has been, through its various institutions, able to address different issues it faces, there was a lack of a platform for Sikh youth to tap on to explore opportunities and grow as individuals.
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13th ‘Racial Harmony’
25 March 2017
Seventh Ministerial Dialogue
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Singapore
13 May 2017
YSA Annual General Meeting
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