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Nur Diyanah Anwar is a Senior Analyst with the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Singapore. She attained her Master of Science in Asian Studies from RSIS, and her Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Political Science with a minor in Sociology from the National University of Singapore. Her focus in the Social Resilience Programme revolves around identity issues, social policies, inequality, and the relations between state and society. She is currently working on various projects which cover multiculturalism and social fault-lines in Singapore.
Areas of Expertise
- Social Policies
- State and Societal Relations
- Strategic Communication
Singaporean Youth and Socioeconomic Mobility
20 November, 2018
CO18070 | Going Halal: Balancing Ingredients For Mutual Understanding
19 April, 2018
CO18021 | “Regardless of Religion”: Building a Stronger Singaporean Society
12 February, 2018
CO17041 | State and Society: Securing Social Cohesion
13 March, 2017
CO15048 | Plot Archetypes: ‘Overcoming the Monster’ Still Useful for Singapore
10 March, 2015
CO15030 | Negotiating Singapore’s Meritocracy: A Subtle Shift?
12 February, 2015
CO14211 | Immigration and Singaporean Identity: The Ethnicity Conundrum
27 October, 2014
CENS Workshop: The Age of Rages
29 April, 2019
Countering Extremism: Now What?
17 December, 2018
The 2018 Southeast Asia Counter-Terrorism Symposium: A Collective Approach
05 December, 2018
- Norman Vasu and Nur Diyanah Binte Anwar, “The Maligned Malays and National Service”, in National Service in Singapore.
Nur Diyanah Binte Anwar, “Education in Singapore and the Future Economy in the Digital Age”, IRAHSS 2017 Think Pieces.
Nur Diyanah Binte Anwar and Norman Vasu, ‘Lessons in preparedness and unity’,
The Straits Times, 25 May 2017. https://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/lessons-in-preparedness-and-unity
- Norman Vasu and Nur Diyanah Binte Anwar, ‘Othman Wok, Multiculturalism and the Nation’, The Straits Times, 19 April 2017. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/othman-wok-multiculturalism-and-the-nation
Last updated on 13/06/2018