The survey found that 2 out of 5 young Singaporeans will not vote if it is not compulsory. young voters feels “politically alienated” and lamented that they have little say in decision making on government policies.“If I could not influence the outcome of any government policies, why should I vote then? Its pointless isn’t it?”Youths are taking things for granted. Golden spoon, luxury items, if things r gd and stable, y worry?
Qns: recall when was e last time uve been t a… rs, grc s, meet e residents.. parading around in vehicles with loud hailers!(shake hands, superficial conversations tt last a few minsie hardly hav time to address converns in detail)No of times u go, who actly goes, age grp
engage the youth from young, introduce history of political singapore subjectmany singaporeans don't know stuff like how many seats do we have in parliament, how many ministers we haveProviding knowledge and increasing awarenessIncrease awareness, decrease apathy.
Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong addressed about 2000 tertiary students and guests at the annual Kent Ridge Ministerial Forum on Tuesday. Friends who attended were engaged and captivated by e speakersFriends posted online . Flow of Discussion erupted. Exchange of thoughts and ideas.- this is the age of social new mediayouths nowadays spend a huge bulk of their time on the net, politicians shouldengage them on such platforms
In conclusion: W Current gen Y generation, political parties need to adopt diff methods to reach and connect w e youths.Probs can arise due to apathy and e lack of reachBut Thrcan still be ways to help alleviate e situation like usin modern media wic gen y can relate to and t further educate and create awareness to reduce apathy.
How can the ruling and opposition parties better communicate and engage with Singapore youths in preparation for the general election.<br />Speaker: Darren Yuen Wei Wen<br />AB114Oral Presentation<br />1<br />