For Singapore-based movements like Cat Welfare Society, social media plays a large part in getting the word out there. With a big cat community, which have inspired popular Facebook pages like Humans of New York-esque page, Cats of Singapore, and Cats of Redhill (think of it like a Residents Committee, but for cats), it is integral in CWS’s quest to get the word out there. But how much can social media really do?
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ODAY, 7 May 2012, p 10, 12 & 14 Since last May’s General Election, the Government has been reaching out more to civil society and netizens. How successful has it been? What has been the impact on policymaking? http://www.smu.edu.sg/sites/default/files/smu/news_room/smu_in_the_news/2012/sources/TODAY_20120507_1.pdf