Quick Answer: What Is Economic Defence?

“Economic Defence” is about “Having a strong and resilient economy”.

It involves building up a strong and robust economy that can sustain Singapore through economic challenges and national emergencies.

What is social Defence?

Social defence is a nonviolent alternative to military defence. It is based on widespread political, economic and social noncooperation in order to oppose military aggression or political repression. It uses methods such as boycotts, refusals to obey, strikes, demonstrations, and setting up alternative government.

What is psychological Defence?

Psychological Defence is each person’s commitment to and confidence in the nation’s future. Social Defence is about people living and working together in harmony and spending time on the interests of the nation and community.

Why is Defence important?

As the name indicates, defence services are needed to defend the country, its vital national interests and values against external and internal (existing or potential) threats of armed agression. In short, Armed Forces are an imperative as the ultimate instrument of National Security.

What are the 5 pillars of total Defence in Singapore?

As we commemorate the Singapore Bicentennial, we must remember that it is only with our self-determination that we can remain sovereign and strong for the next 200 years.” The original five pillars of Total Defence are: Military Defence; Civil Defence; Economic Defence; Social Defence; and, Psychological Defence.

What is social Defence in social work?

Social Defence (or: civilian-based defence) is a concept for nonviolent action that is capable to protect a society effectively against a military assault or a military coup. “The BSV understands the concept of social defence as the protection of the institutions and values of the civil society by nonviolent methods.

What are the 5 pillars of total Defence?

The original five pillars of Total Defence are: Military Defence; Civil Defence; Economic Defence; Social Defence; and, Psychological Defence.

What are the five common defense mechanisms?

Primitive Defense Mechanisms

  • Denial. Denial is the refusal to accept reality or fact, acting as if a painful event, thought or feeling did not exist.
  • Regression.
  • Acting Out.
  • Dissociation.
  • Compartmentalization.
  • Projection.
  • Reaction Formation.

What was the purpose of civil defense?

Civil defense (civil defence in some varieties of English) or civil protection is an effort to protect the citizens of a state (generally non-combatants) from military attacks and natural disasters.

What is digital Defence?

Digital Defence is one of the six pillars of Total Defence, to guard against threats from the digital domain. Speech View video. Why Digital Defence? Singapore is an open and connected city-state. As individuals, we are constantly connected through online networks.