The Chamber champions best practice in diversity and inclusion, hosting events, publishing content and creating new opportunities to reach into the wider Singaporean community with these messages. We are committed to providing support, guidance and activities for those willing to get involved in the conversation. Look out for more news and opportunities to participate here. We encourage everyone, within and outside of our membership, to share their latest reports and progress with us for the benefit of all to learn from. Contact lucy@britcham.org.sg with your updates. 

The Chamber operates both a Women in Business and a Diversity and Inclusion committee, providing numerous opportunities for our member companies and diversity advocates to host, speak at and attend events in topics including gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, race, culture, and religious beliefs. These are sensitive topics and the Chamber along with our contributing member companies and our Diversity and Inclusion Partner, Barclays, handle the issues sensitively and positively.




Please take a moment to provide your input on how your company champions inclusion and equality. Survey closes 19 June.

Business News
Diversity & Inclusion

Mercer surveyed more than 1,150 companies in 54 countries, representing over seven million employees worldwide on equality of opportunity, experience and pay.

Diversity & Inclusion

On the 19th February 2020 the Chamber will be recognising the finalists and winners of this year's Celebrating Diversity Photography Competition at a special evening reception.

Business News

BP is proud to sponsor this research paper which will support companies to develop their strategies for greater inclusion for those with disabilities.


By understanding the impact of work stress on our physical, emotional and psychological being, we can be better prepared to seek effective coping strategies to alleviate the negativity impact stress can have.


Four of the women behind the book 'Unleash your voice, powerful public speaking for every woman', Lavinia Thanapathy, Joanne Flinn, Karen Leong and Sian Brown, talked to our audience.


This event provided participants with some tangible advice and practical steps they can take to ensure that diversity and inclusion policies are not just a box-ticking exercise within a company, but also a means to change company culture and reputation for the better.


Join us in the diversity and inclusion conversation by entering this free competition before 15th November.

Chamber News

Across May and June 2019, we polled those in our network who had identified themselves as leading the D&I initiatives in their company. Read on for the findings.

Leadership Resource

In 2016 the Centre for Talent Innovation introduced 3 models for an MNC approach to driving the LGBT agenda in local offices. In their latest research, EY shares learnings from their own journey and an update to the thinking, 3 years on.