Research Clusters

RIMA undertakes high quality and in-depth studies on various issues relevant to the Malay and Muslim communities. This includes both applied research projects and issue-oriented investigation done on an ad-hoc basis or as a specially commissioned project.

RIMA has three clusters: Education, Social and Socio-economics. The RIMA team is/was engaged on a wide range of research endeavors which include studies on:

  • Trend and Policy Analyses (Research)
  • Economic Inactivity Among Malay Women (Research)
  • Poverty Among Malay/Muslim Households: Identifying Areas of Intervention (Research)
  • Debt Advisory Centre (Programme as source of data for research)
  • Microeconomics of the Muslim community: The Net Worth (Research)
  • From Matrimony to Acrimony in Twenty Years: A Study on the Increase in Muslim Divorce in Singapore (Research)
  • Support Systems for the Mentally Impaired among those in the Malay/Muslim Community (Research)
  • A Whole-of-AMP Approach towards Developing Motivated Learners (Research)
  • Interfaith Dialogue (Programme as source of data for research)
  • Building Bridges Between Singapore’s Vibrant Muslim Communities (Event as source of data for research)
  • Differing Islamic Orientations: Impacts and Consequences (Workshop/Conference)
  • Faith & Society: Leadership Amidst Controversy (Pathways Book Project)
  • Religious Activism and Women’s Development in Southeast Asia (Conference)
  • Education Trend and Development in Singapore (Research)
  • Identifying the Risk & Need Factors of Malay Muslim Youths in Premarital Pregnancy Who Opted for Early Marriage (Research)
  • Malay Household Survey (Research)

 

 
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