​​​​​​​​​ communication for good 

According to American psychologist Rollo May, the power of communication lies in its potential to create community - that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.
We live in a communication era, with mass media and improved techniques for the exchange of ideas readily available. Communication can now play a decisive role in today's new climate of social change.
Find out how communication is the currency for sustainable community building to take place. 

Join us at COMMUNICATE FOR GOOD and appreciate how good communication can generate even more good by creating inclusiveness and impact for those without a voice.

Communicate For Good Exhibitions 

Messages That Move

A curated showcase of Final Year Projects by the current students of Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. Students use their projects as a platform to push social causes that are close to their hearts through strategic communication to specific groups of audiences.


Date/Time: 23 - 24 January 2018, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Venue: Sky Deck @ North Spine

Cost: Free

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Communicate For Health

As we gain better scientific understanding of illnesses and medicine, our relationship with health and our bodies also radically change. Communicate For Health brings together nine art projects by various students as part of the English Division's Literature and Medicine course. Featuring works across a variety of mediums such as film, sculpture, and installation, these pieces consider the evolving meaning of health and sickness in the 21st century and demonstrate the potential for art and literature to begin important conversations about our society.


Date: 23 January 2018 - 23 February 2018

Venue: Lee Wee Nam Library

Cost: Free


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Communicate For Good Forum


The Art of Medicine: What is Medical Humanities?

Medical Humanities is an emerging field of study that bridges science, art, and the humanities. It is an interdisciplinary examination into the way we think about the meaning of health and illness in our lives, particularly in this age of radical technological changes. By contemplating other dimensions healthcare like the doctor-patient relationship, illness narratives, and personal experiences of grief, Medical Humanities seeks to locate the "human" within healthcare.

Accompanying the Communicate For Health exhibition, this session will bring together a diverse panel of undergraduates, alumni, and NTU faculty members who have created and participated in projects that embody the Medical Humanities ethos. Join us for a discussion on what Medical Humanities is in practice, and how art and literature can be effective tools to engage the community in conversations about health and illness.


Date/Time: 31 January 2018, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (light lunch will be provided)

Venue: The Trantor @ Lee Wee Nam Library

Cost: Free (prior registration is required)

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Communicate For Good Video Screenings


Lunch Clips @ The Hive

Do you know that "non-profits and activism" and "education" are two of the fastest growing categories on YouTube? YouTube has become a powerful driver for global social change. Watch and learn how Singapore YouTube-Do-Gooders make a difference through their thought-evoking videos that bring laughter and tears to their audience. Click here​ to view the screening schedule.


Date/Time: January - February 2018, 12:00 pm

Venue: CoLab4Good Room @ The Hive (Level B5)

Cost: Free

Check out our lunch clips with a new theme!

Missed out on Communicate For Good? Watch the highlights below.



​Communicate For Good is the latest in #THEFORGOODSESSIONS that seeks to inspire students to develop a sense of social awareness and passion for community initiatives. Students will discover through exhibitions, talks, workshops and the arts, how their various disciplines of study can positively impact the world. 

Previous sessions include Business For Good, Design For Good, Engineer For Good, Finance For Good and Tech For Good.​


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