Research reports, surveys and studies commissioned or compiled by MSF on family, elderly, youth, gambling, work-life and other issues under the Ministry’s purview.
Study on the Singapore Family
May 20, 1999
This study aims to understand the needs of families in Singapore and examine the impact of work pressure, various socio-economic factors and the perception of family-related policies on family relationships.
National Survey of Senior Citizens In Singapore
Jan 7, 1995
MCYS commissions surveys to understand senior citizens, their needs, household characteristics, health status, etc.
Study on the Experiences of Lower Income Households in Singapore, 2011
The study aims to better understand the conditions associated with financial independence among the lower income households, their coping measures, and their attitudes towards seeking external help.
Dissolution of Marriages among Marriage Cohorts 1987-2015
MSF, with support from the Department of Statistics, conducted a study on the stability of resident marriages over time and across different marriage cohorts (1987 to 2015).
Family Matters! Singapore: Annual Report 2001/2002
Released by Family Matters! Singapore, this report serves as a public education blueprint to help build strong and stable families in Singapore.
Family Matters – Report of the Public Education Committee on Family
This report seeks to map out a set of public education strategies and initiatives aimed at promoting positive attitudes among Singaporeans towards the family.
State of the Family Reports
This biennial report presents key trends on the well-being of families in Singapore, covering family bonds and ties and future challenges.
Gender Diversity on Boards: A Business Imperative
This report by the Diversity Task Force regarding Women on Boards (DTF) explores gender diversity on boards and in senior management of companies listed on the Singapore Exchange, and provides 10 recommendations on the way forward.
Survey on the Learning Needs of Seniors in Singapore
This report describes and explains the pattern of learning needs, orientations, and actions of Singapore residents aged 40 through 74 based on a national survey conducted.