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TODAY goes LIVE 2022 @ NTU on TikTok & Instagram

TODAY’s webinar series is back and for the first time, we are LIVE from Nanyang Technological University's Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. 

TODAY goes LIVE 2022 @ NTU on TikTok & Instagram
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TODAY’s webinar series is back and for the first time, we are LIVE from Nanyang Technological University's Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. Join our host Elizabeth Neo and her guests on Nov 14 and 15, 2022 as they discuss mental health, LGBTQ issues, work attitudes and politics. Catch the webinar on TikTok or Instagram and there are also prizes to be won!



14 NOVEMBER 2022, 2PM

Inflation has hit every segment of society hard but it seems that youths in particular are having a tough time grappling with it. The TODAY Youth Survey 2022 found one in three youths citing cost of living as their main source of mental health struggle. Apart from cost of living, many youths say work and parents are also affecting their mental well-being. How can youths better manage their anxieties including those caused by financial challenges? Is there adequate support at work and in the community now that there is greater awareness of mental health issues?



14 NOVEMBER 2022, 3.30PM

The TODAY Youth Survey 2022 shows that many youths feel the repeal of the Penal Code’s Section 377A, which criminalises sex between men, is a step towards a more inclusive society that helps to reduce discrimination against the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community. However, the debate over LGBTQ issues is unlikely to simmer down with society remaining divided on related issues such as same-sex marriages. What is the way forward for society to manage the different viewpoints?



15 NOVEMBER 2022, 2PM 

Younger workers have been dubbed “the restless generation” as employers find it increasingly hard to retain this group by meeting their expectations. The attitudes of millennial and Gen Z workers have emerged as an employer’s bugbear in recent years, with words such as “entitled”, “picky” and “watch-the-clock” being bandied around to describe the younger generations' approach to work. Youths, on the other hand, reject such characterisations. So what is it that drives youths at work and what are they looking for at the workplace?



15 NOVEMBER 2022, 3.30PM 

With the country’s fourth generation leadership set to take over the running of Singapore, many youths say that they want to see their political leaders being more willing to accept different points of views, based on the findings of the latest TODAY Youth Survey 2022. At the same time, a large majority of young people believe that meritocracy still works in Singapore and those who do well in life ought to give back to society by paying higher taxes. As Singapore undergoes a leadership transition, what are the youths’ expectations of their political leaders and what is the role that they themselves can play in shaping the kind of society they want?

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