If you’re a Singaporean woman, it is important to understand the rights that you have under the Women’s Charter. This law, which was first enacted in 1961, provides legal protection for women and children in Singapore.
If someone threatens to inflict bodily injury, property damage, or damage to your reputation, such a threat may amount to criminal intimidation.
Sexual harassment is defined as the making of unwanted sexual advances towards others. We will explain what this means in legal terms based on the POHA.
Looking for more information about the laws on sexual assault in Singapore? Here’s an overview as of June 2021.
In part 6 of our guide to sexual offences in Singapore, we will explain what child abuse materials consist of, as well as signs that indicate an exploitative relationship.
In part 5 of our guide to sexual offences in Singapore, we will explain how the new laws define voyeuristic materials.
In part 3 of our guide to sexual offences in Singapore, we’ll explain how the new laws to protect against sex tourism.
How does the Act 15 of 2019 protect minors in Singapore from sexual grooming? We’ll explain how.
What are sexual offences and what is considered appropriate and what isn’t? Let us explain using the law.
There has been an increase in family and spousal violence in 2020. What can we do if we witness an incident?