Month: July 2018

Humans of ISCOS: Rasheed

Everyone makes mistakes, don’t they? But that’s all in the past. These ex-convicts have paid for their mistakes and are on the road to recovery, so why can’t they be treated fairly?

Word on the Street: Danisha (Singapore Boxer)

You’re the only one who can determine if you’re going in the ring to fight, and I like that feeling of being in control of your own destiny.

Humans of ISCOS: Michelle Cheong

If you’re concerned about labels or stigma when working with children of ex-offenders, get to know the person first before passing any judgement. If I could play a part to help stop intergenerational offending, I would try my best to do so.

Word on the Street: Hatta Aziz (Founder of BOOTHYPE)

Life is quite short, and I want to enjoy living it – that’s my mantra. I’ve seen so many people who don’t enjoy what they do. Why spend your life being unhappy with something? Manage your life and do something that you like.

World Cup 2018: 50 Pictures of One Singaporean’s Amazing Trip to Russia

In the name of the Beautiful Game, resident photographer Kurt Ganapathy spent 17 days travelling across seven cities in Russia to bring you this set of stunning images.

Humans of ISCOS: Elvis Overee

When an ex-offender changes for the better, we’re helping his family. When he gets a job, he will also contribute to the workforce and economic success of the country. So it’s not just a job; we need to believe what we’re doing actually makes a difference.

Word on the Street: Sabrina Hamid

I experienced molestation when I was in secondary school. I was on the bus and the guy seated next to me lifted my skirt. I didn’t know what to do; I just alighted and cried about it…

Humans of ISCOS: Terence 

I think people with records don’t like to be persuaded or told what to do. Many of them are very proud and sensitive by nature. I know this because I’m like that too. The truth of the matter is, they just need someone whom they can trust and talk to…

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