The Singapore Policy History Project presents the policy paths taken by government agencies throughout Singapore’s history. The Project is a thematic presentation of our policy history through actual policy papers, oral history interviews, photos, audio-visual recordings, and newspaper articles. This is particularly useful for the younger generations, as it provides documentary evidence of Singapore’s policy in the making. It also presents valuable lessons for our government to fine-tune policies to serve Singaporeans better. Public agencies have used these records in publications and exhibitions to remember their own contributions towards nation building.
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