Archive for the 'Rascals Prize' Category
The second Rascals Prize is scheduled for award next year. This S$2,000 prize is for the best research work related to LGBT issues and Singapore. The call for submissions was announced at the launch of this year’s Indignation - Singapore’s Pride Season - on 1 August 2010.
The entry can be in any one of three [...]
The Rascals Prize Organising Committee is pleased to announce that at its closing date on 31 January 2009, the Rascals Prize competition received 10 entries.
The research essays range over many facets of LGBT life in Singapore: classical music, literature, advertising, the law, to name just a few.
The Organizing Committee is encouraged by this level [...]
At the opening reception of Indignation 2008 held on 1 August 2008, Russell Heng, one of the founders of People Like Us, announced PLU’s newest initiative: The Rascals Prize. This is a biennial award worth S$2,000 for the best research work related to the subject of LGBT and Singapore.
The Prize rules can be found here. [...]
The Rascals Prize is a biennial award for the best research work related to the subject of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders (LGBT) and Singapore. The first prize will be awarded in the middle of 2009.
It will be judged by a Jury of academics in various fields who are working in Singapore, whose decision will [...]