The Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY; Malay: Kementerian Kebudayaan, Masyarakat dan Belia; Chinese: 文化、社区及青年部; Tamil: கலாசார, சமூக, இளையர்துறை அமைச்சு) is a ministry of the Government of Singapore responsible for the formulation and implementation of policies related to the arts, sports, youth and community in Singapore.
|Formed||1 November 2012|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Singapore|
|Headquarters||Old Hill Street Police Station, 140 Hill Street, #01-01A, Singapore 179369|
|Motto||Together, Let's Build a Singapore That We Can Call Home|
|Annual budget||S$2.07 billion (2019)|
The MCCY was formed on 1 November 2012 as part of a structural reform by the then Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS). The MCYS became the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and transferred several of its portfolios, such as Youth Development and Sports to MCCY.
Statutory Boards edit
- Hindu Endowments Board
- Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
- National Arts Council
- National Heritage Board
- National Youth Council
- People's Association
- Sport Singapore
- School of the Arts
- Singapore Art Museum
- National Gallery Singapore
- Singapore Sports School
- The Esplanade
The Ministry is headed by the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, who is appointed as part of the Cabinet of Singapore. The incumbent minister is MP for Marine Parade GRC Edwin Tong from the People's Action Party.
|Took office||Left office||Party||Cabinet|
MP for West Coast GRC
Interim until 30 April 2014
|PAP||Lee H. III|
MP for Yuhua SMC
|PAP||Lee H. IV|
MP for Marine Parade GRC
|Incumbent||PAP||Lee H. V|
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