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NUSPA Clubroom 
Yusof Ishak House, Level 6
31 Lower Kent Ridge Road
(S)119078

 

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Description

The NUS Students' Political Association (NUSPA) seeks to cultivate political awareness through quality events, encourage the active discussion of current affairs, and provide the NUS student body with a platform for intellectual engagement. We aim to be the leading student organisation for political engagement.

NUSPA is a non-partisan student organisation established in 1976 that seeks to cultivate political awareness in the NUS student body. It holds a unique position as one of the only student-based platforms that allow for political expression and engagement.

Our events engage undergraduates in discussions and competitions with prominent personalities from the political, corporate and civil scene, where we hope to encourage vibrant socio-political discourse. These include the Kent Ridge Ministerial Forum, ASEAN Forum, Young Guns Forum, Chancellor’s Challenge Shield and the Debate Series. In addition to these, we implement additional projects yearly in order to provide students with a greater range of options to meet their interests. We also have an online publication, The Review, which features a range of intellectual and opinion articles by students and leading political commentators.

Category

Political

Organisation Objective(s)

Please list your objectives for the next year.

Established in 1976, the NUS Students' Political Association enjoys the support of 18,000 members. Our unique position as the foremost student based organisation for political expression and commentary is honoured by our unwavering commitment to encourage socio-political discourse and feedback.

We aim to inspire greater interest and participation by engaging undergraduates with prominent personalities from the political, corporate and civil scene. The different needs of our members are met through a host of projects, events and activities which are non-partisan and non-ideology based.

We are dedicated to serving the undergraduate community, and it is of paramount importance that the Association's mission is in line with the nation's need to imbue greater political awareness among our youths.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

current affairs, electoral politics, foreign policy, ministerial forums, policy dialogues, active citizenry