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Yasmine Wong is a Senior Analyst with the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Yasmine holds a Masters of Science in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her current research focuses on issues pertaining to social resilience, social cohesion and inter-group relations.
BLM Movement: Singapore and Glocalisation
13 July, 2020
Global Health Security: COVID-19 and Its Impacts - Pandemic Conundrum: To Control or to Trust?
26 June, 2020
Global Health Security - COVID-19: What Changes – and What Doesn’t
17 April, 2020
Global Health Security - COVID-19 and Sinophobia in Singapore
23 March, 2020
Commemorative / Event Reports
Chapters in Edited Books
- “Victim and the Cyber Vigilante: An Additional Perspective on Cyber Vigilantism” in Majeed Khader, Whistine Xiau Ting Chai & Loo Seng Neo , Introduction to Cyber Forensic Psychology: Understanding the Mind of the Cyber Deviant Perpetrators. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing , 2021, 147-164
- “Need to Tackle Discriminatory Beliefs in Fight Against Online Harms” (with Charmian Aw), The Straits Times, 12 July 2022
- “Southeast Asia Must Be Wary of Gendered Cyber Abuse” (with Gulizar Haciyakupoglu), The Diplomat, 13 June 2022
- “Rethinking What We Owe Each Other” (with Jane Loo), The Singapore Policy Journal, 13 August 2021
- “Pandemie der Fremdenfeindlichkeit”, Suedostasien, 15 February 2021
- “Two faces of ontological (in)security: Xenophobia and cooperation in Singapore” (with Terri-Anne Teo), Academia SG, 26 October 2020
- Panellist, “STEP Sociovation Forum 2022: Emerging trends and latest developments in Internet Fraud, Fake News, and Hate Speech” by Centre for Experiential Learning (CEL), School of Social Sciences (SUSS), 1 June 2022.
- Speaker, “Race and Racial Relations: Origins and Impact of Racial Relations in Singapore”, Republic Polytechnic, 9 March 2021.
- Panellist, Webinar on “CAIDG Showcase Session 2: COVID-19 and marginality: Confronting pandemic inequalities” by Singapore Management University – Centre for AI and Data Governance, 22 February 2021.
Last updated on 08/06/2022