Community partners play a key role in implementing the action plans in the White Paper, and to further women's development. They include:
- Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO), a key partner in organising public conversations, which contributed rich insights to the White Paper and several action plans, such as the upcoming public garden to honour and
celebrate the pioneering spirit for Singapore women. SCWO has also set up the Star Shelter and Maintenance Support Centre, which provides support, assistance and programmes for survivors of violence.
- United Women Singapore (UWS), which aims to foster mindset shifts through education, raising awareness and advocating issues such as anti-violence and women's empowerment. Their programmes include the Boys Empowered Programme, Girls2Pioneers
Programme, and the Girls Empowered Programme.
- Centre For Fathering (CFF), which promotes active fathering and partnership in marriage through a suite of initiatives, such as DADs for Life.