A/P Faishal: Women’s Wages Grew at Similar Rate to Men

Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim reiterated Singapore’s commitment to women’s advancement at the Stockholm Forum on Gender Equality. He highlighted that Singapore’s women have made great strides in education levels, employment rates and wage equality. In fact, women’s full-time median wage has grown by 5.3% per annum from 2006 to 2016, at a similar rate to that of men. Senior Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Social and Family Development and Nee Soon GRC MP Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim represented Singapore at the forum,....

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MUIS 50th Anniversary Celebration

A/P Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim COS Cut for MCCY Since its formation in 1968, MUIS has touched the lives of many people, particularly Muslims in Singapore. Over the years, MUIS has played a key role in ensuring that the socio-religious lives of Muslims in Singapore are being looked after. As a former Council Member of MUIS, I have seen MUIS making every effort to stay relevant in this everchanging world that we live in. MUIS’s effort in building an excellent and inspiring Muslim community which is resilient,....

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Strengthening Families

Speech By Senior Parliamentary Secretary Assoc Prof Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim At MSF Committee Of Supply 2018 1 Chairman, I thank the members for their continued support of my ministry’s work. I would like to start with a few words in Malay. Tanggungjawab Bersama Demi Masa Depan 2 Sepanjang minggu ini, anggota Parlimen telah menekankan pentingnya usaha mengukuhkan asas keharmonian sosial, sambil mengatasi cabaran masa akan datang. Saya gembira bahawa Bajet tahun ini menyokong individu dan keluarga untuk lebih bersedia menghadapi masa hadapan,....

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Climate Action: Regional and Global Front

A/P Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim COS Cut for MEWR On 30th of January this year, while I was having a Meeting in Nee Soon, I heard unusual loud sounds of thunder. This was accompanied by a heavy downpour. Shortly after that, I started to receive whatapps messages from my Grassroots leaders that quite a number of trees have fallen, few fell onto vehicles while few others blocked road access. I went out to take a look at the situation.....

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