#15 – Are dialogues still relevant with rising polarisation? (A conversation with Nazhath Faheema)

A series of racist incidents took place in Singapore last year, raising questions about how we should tackle such issues more decisively. Opinions are split on whether there should be more dialogue or whether culprits should face stiffer legal penalties. Today, we speak to Nazhath Faheema, founder and president of hash.peace, a social harmony advocacy group, on whether dialogues are still relevant and how groups with sharply differing views can engage each other more productively.

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