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Gilbert Goh

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Transitioning.Org

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Support Site for The Unemployed & Underemployed |  Errant Ads

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Gilbert Goh
Founder Transitioning - unemployment support services (under registry of societies)


www.transitioning.org

Written by: Gilbert Goh


www.theonlinecitizen.com

The video above was shared on 3 December by Gilbert Goh of transitioning.org on his public Facebook page.
A day after the quarrel at MSF, activist Gilbert Goh visited Ravi's daughter at KK Hospital's ICU and had raised a sum of money to help Ravi. After hearing of the incident, Goh offered to upload the video on his Facebook page with Ravi's consent.


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Gilbert Goh
Hurr Riyahi Gilbert Goh * Gilbert is the founder of Transitioning.org - unemployment support services is a non-government organisation which provides coaching and counselling support to Singaporeans in employment transition. All our services are offered free of charge and operated solely by volunteers. Our core mission is to ensure that Singaporeans are hired first in our own country and accorded proper labour rights. GD Star Rating loading... Posted in A - H, Columnists, Gilbert Goh, Opinion, Policies, Scoops, Society Gilbert, you and your organisation must continue the fight against such discriminatory practises in the workplace. Gilbert, may be a good idea to send your mail to ANZ HQ in NZ. Thank you Gilbert and TRE for revealing what would have never ever been revealed by no-bola Shitty Times and our ignorant good for nothing sleepy officials. Alright man, Gilbert! Kudos to you, Gilbert for taking up this fight for Singaporeans. I salute you.


www.singapore-window.org

Wire agency AFP estimated the crowd reached 3000 people though event organiser Gilbert Goh eventually put the final number between 5000 and 6000.
The protest on the grey-cast, drizzly day was organised as a sequel to the first protest in February, which was one of the largest protests held in the city-state. That event held in a light drizzle drew about 4000. In his opening speech at about 4pm, Goh of transitioning.org, a support site for the unemployed and the event organiser, said more protests would be held at the park. As the crowd swelled, he also asked attendees to wave their pink identification cards to show they were not foreigners, as non-Singaporeans were discouraged from attending the event. They are the greatest competition for educated Singaporeans," Goh asserted. Anti-foreigner sentiment has been rising in Singapore with many citizens blaming immigrants for pushing up the cost of living, taking jobs away from locals and straining infrastructure. he first protest in February was a backlash to a government white paper projecting that Singapore's population could increase to as much as 6.9 million in 2030 with almost half of the number made up of foreigners.


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