As the MWA forum opens in Singapore this weekend, a wide range of topics will be discussed, with many women choosing to focus on issues around their own personal and professional development.
While the focus on domestic issues may have some women considering leaving the event altogether, many of those who have been attending the event in the past have chosen to remain, and in the process, have seen their voices heard.
Here are a few of the key topics to watch in the coming days: The MWA Women’s Forum, on the beach: This weekend’s opening ceremony will be a look at how women are participating in Singapore’s culture and life, with the aim of encouraging and inspiring women to be active in the community and to become more independent.
It will also provide insight into the challenges women face, such as the financial challenges, and what Singaporeans can do to be successful.
“The MWC is not about the money, but about the empowerment of women and girls in Singapore,” MWA chairwoman Hanyu Goh said at the opening ceremony.
“The goal is to empower women to become their best selves, in every aspect of their lives.
That means a greater sense of self-worth, more independence, a greater capacity to be independent in their careers and relationships.”
This year, the MWB will be focusing on domestic work as a key topic, with participants expected to be able to discuss their work, as well as their own experiences and achievements, and their thoughts on how Singaporeans are working to make the country a more equal place.
What you need for the MWP Women’s forum in Singapore: Forum topics: The first day of the MWF will focus on topics like self-confidence and self-esteem, as women will be asked to share their personal experiences and experiences of how they’ve managed to overcome challenges that have plagued them in their own lives.
What you don’t need to miss: More information about the events can be found on the MWMF website, or you can catch up on what’s happening this weekend with the MWF Singapore’s Facebook page and the MWWF Singapore’s Twitter account.