Human Rights organization MARUAH organized public forum to educate Singaporeans about the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement and why we as a nation should care about this movement that is slowly spreading around the world. Maruah president Braema Mathi, P.E. Candidate Tan Jee Say and Leong Sze Hian spoke about the implications of OWS, taking the time to explain things from a financial, economical and human rights perspective.
The event then leads into a Q&A session designed to help audience members come to grips about a movement that seems to be passing them by. The photo essay below shows some spotlights from the forum that took place on the afternoon of the 19th of November.