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"Dear Rituu The conversation was held to  make visible a  concern raised by a mother in the neighourhood  who was aware of the challenges these youth faced.  This mother is  the manager of the community youth speak takraw…"
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"I loved this story. I had a query on the process. What was the basis of selecting the question for the dream?"
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Dreaming of the neighbourhood we want

When we tell our youth members that they are responsible for creating the neighbourhood that they wish to live in, it generates some excitement among them but often when it is time to do the work, not many show up. However, this week 15 youth in Ghim Moh showed up for a neighbourhood dream-building session. We were pleased and gathered that it was probably because the invitation was made by a parent who has been most concerned with their well-being the past few months. Moreover, this mother…See More
Jan 27
Marie Lamboray commented on Gerard Ee Huck LIan's blog post Sharing is Learning
"Traduction: Partager c'est apprendre Publié par Gerard Ee Huck LIan le 16 novembre 2018 Un festival d'apprentissage sert de plate-forme pour l'échange de bonnes pratiques. 8 mères et 3 jeunes de Singapour se sont…"
Nov 28, 2018
Marie Lamboray commented on Gerard Ee Huck LIan's blog post Healing yourself is connected with healing others
"Traduction: Se soigner soi-même est lié à soigner les autres "Forum Komunikasi Peduli Anak" est une initiative communautaire à Bandung qui se positionne comme une ressource d’accueil pour les enfants…"
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Sharing is Learning

 A learning festival serves as a platform for the exchange of good practices.  8 mothers and 3 youth from Singapore who are in Bandung this week were surprised that their experiences and reflections were valued by participants from other parts of the world. They may not always be able to explain their efforts with a philosophical or practice framework but that did not prevent them from inspiring others.Khidir, a youth leader was listening to a sharing about the role of a local support team in a…See More
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Gender
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Name
Gerard Ee Huck Lian
Organisation
Beyond Social Services
About Me:
Just grateful that I have work that gives me a sense of purpose and people that appreciate ny belief in the abilities of people, families and communities.
My dream:
A large movement of volunteers who apprecaite and activate those in disadvantaged communities to help themsleves.
I'm proud of:
Hiow the organisation I serve has always stayed focused on disadvantaged communities despite the many challenges and pressures faced.

Gerard Ee Huck LIan's Blog

Dreaming of the neighbourhood we want

Posted on January 27, 2019 at 8:32am 2 Comments

When we tell our youth members that they are responsible for creating the neighbourhood that they wish to live in, it generates some excitement among them but often when it is time to do the work, not many show up. However, this week 15 youth in Ghim Moh showed up for a neighbourhood dream-building session. We were pleased and gathered that it was probably because the invitation was made by a parent who has been most concerned with their well-being the past few months. Moreover, this mother…

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Sharing is Learning

Posted on November 16, 2018 at 7:49am 1 Comment

 A learning festival serves as a platform for the exchange of good practices.  8 mothers and 3 youth from Singapore who are in Bandung this week were surprised that their experiences and reflections were valued by participants from other parts of the world. They may not always be able to explain their efforts with a philosophical or practice framework but that did not prevent them from inspiring others.

Khidir, a youth leader was listening to a sharing about the role of a local…

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Healing yourself is connected with healing others

Posted on November 5, 2018 at 6:53pm 3 Comments

"Forum Komunikasi Peduli Anak" is community initiative in Bandung that positions itself as a welcoming resource for children-at-risk. On 31 March 2015, 15 neighbours who were concerned about prostitution among the young decided to do something. They were parents themselves and felt a sense of duty to extend themselves to other children in their midst who lacked a sense of stability and were making poor choices. They held the belief that once someone becomes aware of a problem, not doing…

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Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community

Posted on February 23, 2017 at 7:22am 2 Comments

Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community

– a SALT approach for the transfer of local response

Beyond Social Services, Singapore

December 2016

Our Reflection

Everything has a life span. All groups and their endeavours who wish to remain relevant would do well to picture themselves within a life cycle from inception to closing. Stages in between would be development, maturity and redefining relevance.  We…

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At 2:02pm on December 9, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

I eagerly look forward to your blog, Gerard. I also found the name of your org very strking.

At 4:38pm on December 8, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

I like your dream very much! Warm greetings from Delhi.

At 9:35pm on December 2, 2011, Marlou said…

Welcome Gerard,

Through Gloria (whom I met in Chiang Mai) and through Jean-Louis' messages from Singapore I know about the great work of Beyond. I am pleased to be connected!

Marlou

At 10:57am on December 2, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

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