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The Business Case for Prioritising Diversity, Inclusion & Equality
In today’s modern, multi-cultural and multi-generational society, an organisation’s workforce is their greatest asset. Encouraging the right talent to apply for new positions, retaining and supporting existing employees and handling sensitive areas of employee welfare are all required skills of senior management.
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Discounted Corporate D&I Training for BritCham Members
 

Exclusive for BritCham members - 20% off corporate training with FilmDoo Academy. 

FilmDoo is an edutainment platform that raises engagement and improves learning outcomes using film- and video-based learning.  Since FilmDoo already has one of the world's largest international film catalogues, they started out with language learning and have now expanded into corporate training, especially in Multicultural Communications, Leadership and Diversity & Inclusion. FilmDoo will be able to supply corporates with access to both content and their film- and video-based learning platform which allows users to turn any film & video into an interactive game and lesson in just a few minutes.

See how it works with Diversity & Inclusion training.

 
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Business Leader Perspectives
We are proud to say Barclays have been our Official Diversity & Inclusion Partner since 2014. Click on each image to find out how Barclays sees the drive for diversity in the workplace
Find out how business leaders in our member network champion diversity and inclusion. To share your story, contact marcoms@britcham.org.sg
The Celebrating Diversity Photography Competition
For more than five years the Chamber has been running a community outreach on the topics raised in diversity through a free-to-enter photography competition, open to all Singapore residents aged 13 and up. The competition allows us to engage schools students in the international and local community as well as our business community to get people thinking about what diversity and inclusion means to them, and is supported by the British High Commissioner as judge.
Winner's Gallery
2020/1
Frederick Oplado
2019/20
David Wirawan
2018/9
Elysha Adriana
2017/8
Wong Chek Poh
2016/7
Thomas Read
Diversity at the Chamber
Within our own organisation structure, women are in leadership positions through the Executive Team, the elected Board, and within our Business Committees.
Diversity within our member network
Each year we poll member organisations to understand their own diversity priorities and progress. The infographics below represent the latest results.
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