Not Without Us: A book club starter pack
Jan 30, 2023
🔖 Welcome to this starter pack—a guide to help you organise your very own Not Without Us: Per...
[Upcoming Release] Not Without Us: Perspectives on Disability and Inclusion in Singapore
Dec 3, 2022
Not Without Us: perspectives on disability and inclusion in Singapore is a groundbreaking collect...
Brown is Redacted: A book club starter pack
Oct 7, 2022
Welcome to this starter pack—a guide to help you organise your very own Brown is Redacted: Reflec...
Climate Action 101: Environmental-focused conversations and resources
Sep 22, 2022
This Climate Action Week, learn and take inspiration from the artists, activists, educators and v...
How We Live Now - Further Reading recommended by Yu-Mei Balasingamchow
Jun 8, 2022
How We Live Now is an anthology of ten short stories by Singaporean writers, all written in the l...
Aesop Women's Library
Apr 11, 2022
Over the course of the five days, instead of Aesop products, the shelves of Aesop VivoCity and Ae...
The Depth and the Breadth of the Land: Poetry of Witness in Myanmar 2021
Feb 10, 2022
Following the November 2020 elections in Myanmar, when it was clear that the results were a serio...
What to read when the elimination of poverty seems impossible
Oct 17, 2019
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Poverty, we ask Ng Kok Hoe, Rocky Howe, Lim...
"I am speaking full of dirt"–In Conversation with Hamid Roslan
Aug 18, 2019
Before the launch of his debut poetry collection, I had the chance to ask author Hamid Roslan som...
“now I speak up”: A Conversation with Hamid & Xiao Ting
Jul 31, 2019
On Thursday, we joined Hamid and Xiao Ting at The Moon for a session about Hamid’s debut poetry c...
"It gets a bit crazy lah"—The launch of parsetreeforestfire by Hamid Roslan
Jul 26, 2019
Last Sunday, we gathered at Grassroots Book Room for the launch of parsetreeforestfire. Debut aut...
First Reads: parsetreeforestfire
Jun 7, 2019
What does it mean to speak? What does it mean to speak authentically? What does it mean to write ...
Later: An unanticipated year of autoethnography
May 1, 2019
Afterword to This is What Inequality Looks Like, 2019 When I filed my last edit in December 2017,...
“WHO GUARDS THE BODYGUARD?” The ethics of care for vulnerable older adults, an essay by cultural anthropologist Ad Maulod
Mar 8, 2019
Cultural anthropologist Ad Maulod examines existing models of healthcare and social services prov...
“CARE IS THE STORY OF WHO WE MIGHT BE” A reflection by CRT volunteer Rocky Howe
Feb 26, 2019
Cassia Resettlement Team volunteer Rocky Howe reflects on his journey with former Dakota resident...
“I HAVE TO DEPEND ON OTHERS.” Interview with former Dakota Crescent resident Tong
Feb 19, 2019
Tong, at 90, has no family and no children. He shares the struggles of ageing alone and his uneas...
Needs, Wants, Dignity
Oct 17, 2018
For the International Day for the Elimination of Poverty (Oct 17), read this exclusive release of...
Step 1: Disrupt the Narrative
Apr 27, 2018
Sometimes inequality is portrayed as the problem of a few who can’t keep up — but what if it's de...
Interview with Teo You Yenn
Feb 19, 2018
This is what inequality looks like (Ethos Books, 2018) entered the second print run within two we...
When thinking poverty, also think inequality
Oct 17, 2017
by Teo You Yenn In 2013, I began to do research to better understand the lives of people who live...
Interview with Zakaria Zainal and Prabhu Silvam
Jan 6, 2015
It is frequently hard to navigate through the waterfall of updates from media—alternative and o...