In October 2022, Rayner and Koki — both members of TJC’s Drug Policy working group, sat down talk about about Rayner’s story and his experience with substance use.
What if our system includes those who use drugs, as well as those around them? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
What if everyone had access to choices? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
Singapore’s death penalty for drug offences sees a binary between “victims” of drugs and “predator” traffickers. Nazeri bin Lajim’s experiences show that the reality is much more complex.
Excerpts from exchanges between Singapore’s state representatives and the CERD on human rights, race, drugs and the death penalty.
At a recent film screening of Ayahku, Dr. G, activists, creators, and family members of inmates on death row in Singapore and Malaysia discussed the war on drugs in these two countries, societal and governmental challenges faced, and how to move forward with hope. Here’s our recap of the event.
What societal pressures motivate gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men to turn to drug use? Rayner Tan’s research addresses this question.
What are prison conditions in Singapore like? How are incarcerated persons treated? How effective are prisons when it comes to rehabilitation and reintegration?
What exactly is the Certificate of Substantive Assistance? When is it granted? What impact does it have once it’s been granted to an accused? Find out more in our explainer.
The Singaporean government repeatedly justifies the retention of the death penalty by claiming that most Singaporeans are in favour of capital punishment. But what do Singaporeans really think?