SG100 Compass was a movement aimed at leading and empowering youths with public policy knowledge and skills, allowing them to offer holistic policy suggestions sensitive to Singapore’s context to our policymakers.

This is achieved through a synergistic three phase program:

1) Dream Future
2) Think Future
3) Act Future

Through these three phases, we allow youths with a platform to reflect on and express what they envision Singapore to be in the next 50 years, formulate concrete policy plans that could allow them to fulfill their aspirations for Singapore, and execute the plans through a series of pilot projects.

The SG100 Movement was run in 2015 to 2016, which involved 2,000 youths in envisioning SG100 (Dream Future) and policy recommendations towards that vision (Think Future).

It was also graced by 4 Cabinet Ministers: Minister Heng Swee Keat, Minister Chan Chun Sing, Minister Grace Fu, and Minister Ong Ye Kung.

APA would like to thank the National Youth Council, Young NTUC, and National Youth Achievement Award Council for its support to the movement.