Co-Host & Partner for May 2021

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore has joined Global Philanthropic as an academic partner and co-host for the Talking Philanthropy 2021. Occupying a central position in the conversation to transform Asia, through productive collaborations with other leading global institutions, the LKYSPP inspire to facilitate real change within Asian governments.

About the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy is an autonomous, professional graduate school of the National University of Singapore. Its mission is to educate and train policy-makers and leaders, with the objective of raising the standards of governance throughout the region, improving the lives of its people, and, in so doing, contributing to the transformation of Asia and beyond. In addition to Masters and PhD programs, the LKYSPP offers high quality customized Executive Programs that cater to the needs of time-constrained senior managers and professionals, with the aim of delivering creative solutions to real management and leadership challenges.

Their mission is to be the leading global public policy school in Asia, developing thought leadership, improving standards of governance and transforming lives for a more sustainable world.


The School’s Executive Education Programmes are designed to serve the training needs of organisations and working professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors by strengthening the leadership and management capabilities of both organisations and individuals.


The LKY School has one of the most diverse research communities of any school of public policy. Our world-class faculty bring many different national perspectives to their research, and work with all kinds of different methodologies and conceptual and theoretical approaches.


LKYSPP is dedicated to addressing critical and complex policy challenges in Asia and elsewhere using evidence-based research.

Our research focuses on four broad areas that reflect a transitioning Asia.