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A Voice for Our Children and Their Future

We perform an advocacy role as the voice of children and their future.

Bully-Free Campaign

Children’s Society started the Bully-Free Programme in 2004 to address the issue of school bullying and its impact on those involved. The Bully-Free Camp, Bully-Free Campaign and Bully-Free School Talk are part of the Society’s efforts to promote a bully-free culture in schools where young minds can thrive.

Please visit www.bullyfree.sg for more information and resources.

Bully-Free Roadshow

Children’s Society organises the Bully-Free Roadshow annually to increase public awareness on the importance of preventing bullying among children and youth.

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Talk

This talk aims to heighten awareness on the subject matter of child abuse and neglect prevention. It imparts participants with knowledge of the signs and symptoms of abuse and channels of reporting suspected abuse cases. This talk is primarily targeted at secondary caregivers of children, such as teachers.

Research Grants

Children’s Society disburses research grants to support students pursuing research on issues related to children, youth and families at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Research Studies

We conduct research to help identify social trends and issues related to children, youth and families in Singapore. Past studies have covered the themes of bullying, child abuse and neglect, as well as family and child development. There are three ongoing studies examining the impact of cyber environments on adolescents, public and professional perceptions of child abuse and neglect, and infant attachment.

Singapore Children's Forum

Inaugurated in 2013, the Singapore Children’s Forum serves as a national platform for children to voice their opinions on issues important to them.

Singapore Children’s Society Lecture

The annual Singapore Children’s Society Lecture, inaugurated in 2007 as part of our 55th Anniversary Celebrations, is one of the Society’s efforts to reach out to professionals working with children and families as well as to the members of the public.  The Lecture, during which a subject expert speaks on a topic related to children, aims to raise public awareness on issues pertinent to the welfare and well-being of children, youth and families.