Promoting National Unity in Cultures of Diversity

Promoting National Unity in Cultures of Diversity  

About This Course

Can national unity and cultural diversity coexist? How can governments harness the strength of diverse cultures to forge a truly unified nation?
This course looks at case examples from different countries around the world to examine the government’s role in and approaches towards developing social cohesion in diverse societies.

Training Dates

To be advised.
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 Approximately 3 hours

Learning Mode

Live instruction – online or in-person


Obtain a Certificate of Achievement from CAG


No pre-requisites required 

Learning Objectives

What You Will Learn

By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Articulate the importance of building national unity in cultures of diversity
  • Explain the government’s role in developing social cohesion in a diverse society
  • Identify the key principles underpinning various policies that can be implemented to effectively promote national unity and social cohesion 

Who This Is For

Public servants at all levels who want to understand the government’s role in and key principles underpinning the promotion of national unity in diverse cultures 

Course Outline

The importance of national unity

Building unity in diversity – case examples 

Contextualising key lessons 

Expert Contributors & Trainers

Aaron Maniam 
Former Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore 
Katyana Melic 
Former Assistant Director, Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore  

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How long do I have to access the course?

You will have access for one year.

What do pre-requisites mean?

Some courses require that you have a particular set of skills or knowledge before you begin the course.  You are strongly encouraged to complete the pre-requisite course first if there is one listed on the course page.

Can I pay via other channels other than credit card, Google Pay and Apple Pay?

Unfortunately, not at the moment. 

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