Singapore Identity

To grow our sense of belonging to Singapore, our commitment to citizenship and our sense of mutual responsibility towards each other.

In an uncertain and divisive geopolitical climate, solidarity, mutual responsibility and trust as one united people will be key to our survival and prosperity. The goal of the Unite Pillar is anchored in our National Pledge, where we pledge ourselves as one united people. 

The Unite Pillar will explore how we, as a society, may: 

a) Deepen our sense of belonging to Singapore, and identify with each other as fellow citizens of Singapore;

b) Strengthen our bonds with each other, and relate to each other with mutual trust, regardless of race, language, or religion;

c) Build a better society for each other, and act to help one another, especially those in need, and thus make our society a place where everyone can live fulfilling lives – based on justice and equality.

Let’s all play our role to build a better home – where we feel a strong sense of belonging, where we come together in solidarity, and where we work to build a society that is more cohesive, inclusive and united, together.

Pillar leads:
Pillar Leads: 1. Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Second Minister for Law 2. Maliki Osman, Minister, Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister for Education & Foreign Affairs 3. Janil Puthucheary, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information & Ministry of Health

Participation Opportunities

Strengthening Connections

Join this session to discuss the drivers of connections that contribute towards building a Caring, Cohesive and Confident society.


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