The T Project was invited to a conference for engaging communities and collaborations in research. It was a very insightful conference, with both scholars and community leaders sharing the importance and benefits of community-based research instead of institution-based research.
News from August 2018 at the T Project. See what we have been up to!
The third in The T Project’s series of AWARE-sponsored workshops in 2018 took place on Friday, 31 August. This one, entitled 'Learning to be More Comfortable with Uncomfortable Feelings', was put on by Living Better
In July, The T Project is honored and delighted to contribute personal stories and photos that helped to create an octagonal light installation that reflects back on the rich culture and history of the transgender community in Bugis Street for the PassionArts Festival 2018.
Hope you had a great Pride Month. Here’s T Project's third-ever newsletter!
Students from the Social work Diploma course at Nanyang Polytechnic have a new module, "Working with Minority Groups" and together with their teacher, Ms Saraswathi, visited The T Project to learn more about the issues and challenges the transgender community faced in Singapore.
See us beyond our transgender identity. See us as people, as individuals.
A book of interviews with rebels with a cause, publicly-engaged thinkers and alternative dreamers. Meet them alongside the books that have influenced their lives and imagination. Some academics urged for "more naysayers" last year. Here are those who answered such a call before it was vogue and have never stopped challenging the status quo.