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The Orange Ribbon Run (ORR) which is also known as Race against Racism is OnePeople.sg’s signature event to call the community to make a stand against racism and promote understanding, appreciation and trust among Singapore’s multi-cultural and multi-religious society. Being the only Singapore's Run against Racism. The Orange Ribbon Run provides an excellent avenue for the silent majority to speak up and show support for the cause.
The Inter-Racial Confidence Circles (IRCC) were formed by the former Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong after the 9/11 attacks which happened in the United States and the arrest in December 2001 of 15 Jemaah Islamiyah members in Singapore. The IRCCs were officially renamed as “Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles” on 7 Sep 2007. However, their goals remain the same which is to unite people despite their differences in race or religion.
Camp Ignite! is an annual programme of OnePeople.sg which is organised and run by our own Youth Advocates. Our youth participants are groom to be advocates of racial harmony in their own right and influence their peers around them. They learn about the different cultures, traditions and heritage in Singapore. Our youths are able to experience on various cultural games and food as well as the right and wrong during the visits to cultural and religious places where they deepen their awareness about other cultures.