Singapore International Foundation (SIF)

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The Singapore International Foundation makes friends for a better world. They build enduring relationships between Singaporeans and world communities, and harness these friendships to enrich lives and effect positive change. Their work is anchored in the belief that cross-cultural interactions provide insights that strengthen understanding. These exchanges inspire action and enable collaborations for good. Their programmes bring people together to share ideas, skills and resources in areas such as healthcare, education, the environment, arts and culture, livelihood and business. The Singapore International Foundation do this because they believe that we all can, and should, do our part to build a better world, one we envision as peaceful, inclusive and offering opportunities for all. Find out more at

Working as a Consortia: A Conversation about Collaboration or Competition?

Global Research Agenda on Volunteering for Peace and Sustainable Development 2015-2025

Forum Discussion Paper 2014 Concept Note: The interface between international and national volunteering

Forum Discussion Paper 2014 planning workshop: The interface between international and national volunteering

Where Would the World be Without Volunteering?: The impact of volunteering in international development

A Coordinated Approach To Volunteering And Social Change

Measuring Volunteerism in civic engagement

Cooperation between AVI and Skillshare International

Coaching for Hope

Forum Discussion Paper: Youth and Development Impacts

Forum Discussion Paper 2011: Changing patterns of state funding for international volunteering

Climate Change and Gender: Paving the road to equality

Forum Discussion Paper 2007: New Developments in Programme Models

Document de discussion 2007