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The typical worker who is with TWC2’s Cuff Road Project has waited nearly six months since his workplace accident. Yet he is still some distance from the conclusion of his Work Injury Compensation (Wica) claim. Typically, this worker is still in the first of four phases: getting medical treatment or simply waiting for an assessment...
By Sun Hanchen, based on an interview in November 2017 When most of us apply for a job, we have expectations that the job scope will be related to our field of education or training, and that we will have some knowledge of the people whom we will be working with. It goes beyond expectations...
Most interns are required to do some research during their period with Transient Workers Count Too. Coupled with their exposure to casework, this is to enable them to gain an in-depth understanding of at least one facet of the many issues migrant workers are faced with. Undergraduate Wang Shimeng interned with us in December 2017...
By Tristan Powell-Odden, based on an interview in January 2018 Hossain Sabuj, like many other migrant workers, had a dream: To open a clothing store that re-sold American brands in Bangladesh, his home country. To raise the needed capital, he would work for a few years overseas. However, because of the exorbitant amounts of money...
By Philomène Franssen based on an interview in January 2018 Those words in the headline I quote from Nazrul, a disillusioned worker currently waiting for the court hearing that will handle his salary claim. Freshly arrived in Singapore in 2007 with the hope to make a decent living in order to provide for his family...
TWC2’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 22 April 2018 at 3pm. Venue: Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations, 96 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187967. All members are requested to please renew your memberships to enable you to vote at the AGM. Please contact our Admin Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
“Heartbeat”, our next orientation session for potential volunteers is scheduled for Tuesday, 8 May 2018, at 7:30 pm. If you are interested in helping with the cause, please email the Administration Officer at email@example.com with the header “interested in volunteering”. For more information about volunteering roles, click here.
Please join our next outreach on Sunday 20 May 2018 from 4 – 6pm, when we fan out to distribute flyers and share information with migrant workers at a specified location near an MRT station (to be decided). If you’re able to help, please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the header “can help with outreach”.