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8 April 2018

Themed "Forging a Cohesive and Resilient Singapore", ROP Youth Forum 2018 served as an apt platform for youths to engage in meaningful interfaith conversations with our speaker, Minister K Shanmugam. We also distributed 700 roses as part of the ROP@Heartlands initiative with the advisors for Nee Soon. 

Distribution of Roses for Peace by Tamil Murasu

28 March 2018

Roses of Peace proposed the idea of a "digital playbook" to educate the public on how to detect fake news at the Select Committee hearings on Online Falsehoods. 

Educating public on online falsehoods through the use of digital playbooks by Berita Harian

27 March 2018

Roses of Peace voiced out its concerns and ideas with regards to online deliberate falsehoods at the Select Committee Hearing at the Parliament. We suggested a 2 pronged approach to tackle the issue. Find out more here! 

Select Committee Hearing on Online Falsehoods by The Straits Times


4 March 2018

Roses of Peace launched its Ambassador Programme in February 2018 where 30 youths were appointed to play an active role in peace building initiatives. The event was graced by Her Excellency President Halimah Yacob. 

30 Youths appointed as Peace Ambassadors by Berita Harian

25 February 2018

Roses of Peace launched its Ambassador Programme, a signature initiative to invest in the next generation of leaders. The event was graced by Her Excellency President Halimah Yacob. 

30 young people appointed peace ambassadors to build bridges across faith communities by The Straits Times

4 February 2018

While some surveys show the divides of race and religion are easing, others point to how class divisions are sharpening. This articles explores how young ground-up movements like Roses of Peace are working to build a cohesive society. 

Roses to Spread Peace by The Sunday Times


15 December 2017

Read the article by STOMP to find out more on Roses of Peace 2017 where we distributed 10,000 roses island wide to spread the messages of peace!

Youths from different religions come together to promote love above all by STOMP

23 July 2017

Amidst the uncertain global environment where religion is often a cause for conflict, Roses of Peace promoters interfaith harmony, peace and love. 

Ambassadors for Peace by Tamil Murasu

3 October 2016

Over 250 youth volunteers from various walks of life came together to spread the interfaith messages of peace, love and harmony through the distribution of 7,000 roses. 

A Stalk of Rose Signifies Peace and Love by Berita Harian


3 October 2016

More than 250 youth volunteers put their hearts into spreading peace across Singapore, distributing 7,000 roses to members of public across the island. 

Heartfelt wish for peace by The Straits Times

August 2016

Speakers at the ROP Youth Forum emphasised the responsibility every individual plays in ensuring a harmonious and safe Singapore. Read more from the article by Tamil Murasu to find out More! 

Roses of Peace promotes Religious Harmony by Tamil Murasu

22 August 2016

The inaugural Roses of Peace Youth Forum explored the theme "Evolving Dynamics of MultiCulturalism, Racial and Religious Relations in Singapore" with distinguished speakers such as Mr Zainul Abidin Rasheed, Mr Aaron Maniam, Ustaz Saif-ur-Rahman and Ms Jiezhen Wu

Panel: Appreciate our religious differences by Berita Harian


As part of the SG50 Celebrations, Roses of Peace distributed 7,000 roses with peace messages islandwide. Read more in the coverage by Berita Harian! 

7,000 Roses to Spread Messages of Peace by Berita Harian

4 October 2015

In 2015, Roses of Peace distributed 7,000 roses islandwide, with a theme "Singapore Kampong Spirit" as part of the SG50 Celebrations! 

Celebrating 50 years of Racial & Religious Harmony by Shin Min Daily

4 October 2015

Roses of Peace first began as a Muslim youth led initiative in 2012. Read more about the inaugural event in this coverage by Berita Harian!

Spreading Messages of Peace through Roses by Berita Harian

November 2012

"Through love, thorns become roses."


- Mawlana Rumi