We looked inside some of the tweets by @twc2sg and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Smartphones are the lifeline for migrant workers to connect with their families back home. Many have phones with broken screens and bloated batteries that they can't afford to replace. https://t.co/qjgiEPdIZT
On 16 September they gave a presentation at the school’s morning assembly, and interviewed TWC2’s president Debbie Fordyce. They also prepared posters based on their research on migrant workers and invited responses from fellow students. https://t.co/zlntRIP0t7
That trip to TWC2 and the walking tour of Little India inspired them to plan a Student-Initiated Activity (SiA) to raise awareness of the plight of migrant workers. https://t.co/qZ1FOlEI8Q
They interacted with migrant brothers, and explored the spaces that they frequent. On 7 September they returned to visit the TWC2 free meal program and interact with the South Asian men about their working lives and their workplace injuries and salary disputes. https://t.co/UkWgdXcCPl
Several students from Bukit Panjang Government High School's Student Council and others visited TWC2 earlier this year for a meaningful and eye-opening visit that gave them new knowledge of the challenges that migrant workers face. https://t.co/7IGbIyNW9s
(2/4) We have a few ques for @MOM_sg: 1) "has been ordered by the court to pay the illegal proceeds she obtained." To whom?
Great infographics! Puts things into perspective on the plight of migrant workers here, doesn't it? https://t.co/ypMXOtC0O5
Rana is in great pain from kidney stones and needs money for treatment. Can you help? Please share and donate! https://t.co/sELwlqiakh