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Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles (IRCC) now have an enhanced tool to identify their strengths and point out areas for improvement.
SINGAPORE: Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles (IRCC) now have an enhanced tool to identify their strengths and point out areas for improvement.
Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong said the appraisal system is part of a review to raise the standards of IRCCs.
IRCCs play a key role in engaging the community and fostering good racial and religious relationships.
Mr Wong was speaking at the National IRCC Workshop on Saturday.
Some 300 participants attended the workshop.
They shared experiences and insights on social conflicts, as well as exchanged views on the critical role that IRCCs play.
At the workshop, 38 IRCC leaders received a new award in recognition of their dedication.
The IRCC Service Awards recognise leaders who have served five years.