Alicia Wee
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Armed with an English Literature degree from the National University of Singapore, Alicia is determined to bridge the rift between the worlds of fiction and non-fiction through her expedition in law. She is passionate about laws relating to individual rights, family rights, gender rights, and whatever's left.

SMU Lexicon: Bridging the Divide between Married and Unwed Mothers
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Reading Time: 4 minutesA letter (“No extra perks if unwed mums adopt own children: Forum” on 25th May 2017)[1] by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (“MSF”) has raised pertinent views on how the Singaporean Government perceives marital status and motherhood. Recently, the MSF had granted Child Development Account (“CDA”) benefits[2] and Government-paid maternity leave to unwed […]