Singapore Institute of International Affairs

Founding Year: 1962

Staff: 11

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Singapore Institute of International Affairs
(1962; Singapore; 11 Staff; siiaonline.org)

Singapore’s oldest think tank is committed to producing policy analysis, fostering in-depth dialogues and bridging gaps between policymakers, private sector decision-makers and experts to shape public policy and social responses. Through policy research and dialogue, we aim to bridge the gap between policymakers, private sector decision-makers and experts to shape public influence as well as impact policy and social responses. Centred around ASEAN focused themes, it’s dedicated to the research, analysis, and discussion of regional and international issues.

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Leadership: Professor Tommy Koh (One of the founders)

Singapore Institute of International Affairs contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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