What's Happening

How to be a Tourist at Home

Despite getting used to "chope-ing" and the many acronyms in Singapore after staying here for some time, Brian Witte still likes to see himself as a tourist.

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A Home Away from Home

Through volunteering, Deborah Gilles found a deeper sense of purpose for her life here in Singapore.

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A Choir, a Family, a Community

From voices to choruses, from strangers to friends

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Bicentennial Walking Workshop Series

The Bicentennial Walking Workshop Series aims to promote a deeper appreciation these buildings by sharing more about their history and significance in our heritage.

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Experience Life Like a Local

Experience Life Like a Local is a 2-day programme by SMU for both international and local students to interact in local experiences.

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Sport the Heritage

Sport the Heritage is a teambuilding activity supported by the Community Integration Fund's (CIF) WIRe program.

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It Could Have Been

It Could Have Been is a Chinese crosstalk comedy tracing over 700 years of Singapore's history highlighting themes of immigration and integration over time.

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Deepening partnerships in the integration journey

Speech by Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Chairman NIC, at the NIC Convention 'What Brings Us Together' 2019

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Fired Up to Do Good

Studio Asobi is a home-grown pottery studio that runs two-hour ceramic workshops for injured migrant workers on a pro-bono basis.

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A Day Without Food

This Ramadan, 150 individuals from PwC spent a day fasting together, regardless of race, language, religion or nationality.

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Celebrating our diversity

Speech by Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth at Harmony Xtravaganza at Victoria Theatre

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Singapore Citizenship Journey

The SCJ helps enrich new citizens’ understanding of Singapore’s history, nationhood, norms, as well as values, and provides opportunities to build stronger ties with their local community.

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Community Integration Fund

The CIF supports ground-up projects that create opportunities for locals and foreigners to meet and better understand each other, and that help newcomers better adapt to Singapore society

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Who We Are

Who We Are

The NIC, chaired by the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, comprises leaders from the people, private, and public sectors, and drives national social integration efforts. 

Encouraging integration through ground-up activities

What We Do

We encourage and support ground-up integration initiatives to facilitate social interactions between Singaporeans and newcomers, and raise awareness of Singapore society, norms, and values.

A strong and cohesive Singapore society

Our Purpose

With the involvement of individuals, communities, and organisations across whole of society, we strive towards a strong and cohesive Singapore that we are proud to call home.

Last updated on 28 November 2019