What is EMP2030?
The Enabling Masterplan 2030 (EMP2030) sets out the vision for Singapore as an inclusive society in 2030.
It was developed by, for, and with persons with disabilities and their caregivers. Their words and thoughts are reflected throughout the report.
EMP2030 contains 29 recommendations along three strategic themes, to guide our efforts in shaping the future disability landscape untill 2030.
- Strategic Theme I: Strengthen Support for Lifelong Learning in a fast-changing economy
- Strategic Theme II: Enable Persons with Disabilities to Live Independently
- Strategic Theme III: Create Physical and Social Environments that are Inclusive to All
EMP2030 includes quantitive indicators and targets, which we will use to measure our progress towards achieving tangible change in 2030 and beyond.
Join us in the next step of our journey to build a more inclusive Singapore.
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We would like to extend our gratitude to and credit the following individuals for the creation of the EMP2030 report.
Ms Isabelle Lim
A full-time professional photographer and graduate from Lasalle College of the Arts, Ms Isabelle Lim was commissioned as one of the photographers for the EMP2030 report. Ms Lim is Deaf and has Nager Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder characterised by facial and limb deformities.
Ms Genine Tham
Genine Tham is a beneficiary of Extra•Ordinary People's Creative Lab, a vocational art programme. The photoshoot for the EMP2030 report features 2 paintings, "Lockdown" and "Rainbow", providing glimpses of Genine's inner world, motivated solely by self-discovery, inquisitiveness, and play.
Mr Isaac Liang
Digital Illustrator Mr Isaac Liang was commissioned to illustrate the graphic summary for the EMP2030 report. Mr Liang is Deaf and started his artistic journey by drawing on the cupboards of his home with crayons when he was 4 years old.