This is a guide to all things at the intersection of Media, Singapore and social change. Feel free to edit if you’d like to improve it!


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Key People

Names are in alphabetical order, hyperlinked to LinkedIn, else Facebook. Listing is based on prior experience in an area, plus a connection to Singapore in some way.

Augustine Anthuvan, Chang Ling Seow, Choo Zheng Xi, Dazzle Foo, Eleanor Yap, Geordie Wilks, Jean Loo Qingwen, Jeraldine Phneah, Lee Han Shih, Monica Gwee, Nicholas Chee, Rebecca Lim, Sasa Vucinic, Wally Tham

International Conventions & Networks

The Asia-Pacific Media Alliance for Social Awareness is a media initiative for building public awareness on social development issues in the Asia-Pacific region.


Creatives For Causes is a Asia's first and only pro bono communications agency that provides creative services to non-profit organisations and aim to bring more online attention to less known NGOs in Singapore.

Our Better World, the digital storytelling initiative of the Singapore International Foundation, leverages the power of stories and digital media to connect those who need help (non-profits/social enterprises) with those who want to help (online good hearted busy person).


Media Development Loan Fundis a mission-driven investment fund for independent news outlets in countries with a history of media oppression.


Good Paper is a Singapore-based publication to create awareness and action for social good.

Asia 360uses a "NewsLab" method to sieve through significant local news source (print, broadcast and web) in each Asian country, in order to key events and issues currently seizing public attention in that country.


Social Space is the Lien Centre's professional magazine, which is published on an annual basis. All articles from the 2008-2014 editions are available for download.

Humaneity Magazine is a global quarterly publication that focuses on philanthropy, humanitarian efforts in NGOs and NPOs, and socially-responsible companies.

be movement is an ad-free quarterly bookazine that has no advertising revenue stream. We consciously choose to maintain the integrity of this space and of our readers by telling stories that deserve to be told, where readers can be inspired and take away.

Online Newspapers

Agelessonline is a free website for seniors and provides articles on health and wealth, opinions from other seniors, profiles of inspiring seniors as well as a list of seniors' discounts in Singapore. It is the hope of the founder/editor that it can break down stereotypes and be used as a resource to help seniors age well and be happy. Come read the article and follow their Facebook page. It also has an accompanying blog site called Agelessvoice that allows people in the ageing sector to share information.

SALT is a publication by the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre that fosters change in the non-profit community. Follow us on FACEBOOK.

The Online Citizenis a blog site which endeavours to reflect the views and opinions of ordinary Singaporeans. It is a platform which welcomes contributions from the man in the street, the average citizen who is concerned about issues facing our country.

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