Being seen, speaking out and committed

A new HKFYG Leadership Institute series, Youth Speak, will give young leaders an excellent chance to be heard in public. This Friday, they will offer constructive opinions to distinguished members of the Task Force on Land Supply, demonstrating their social awareness and commitment to Hong Kong.

The new platform encourages discussion on a variety of issues and begins with hot topics including brownfield sites and reclamation. The Federation's HK200 Leadership Project participants and Youth IDEAS think tank members are participating in this launch event, the first of a series of youth-initiated, interactive team dialogues that will be broadcast online at

Guests from the Task Force on Land Supply
Mr Stanley Wong Yuen-fai, SBS, JP, Chairman
Dr Greg Wong Chak-yan, BBS, JP, Vice-chairman
Mr Jasper Tsang Yok-sing GBM, GBS, JP
Prof Jimmy Leung Cheuk-fai, SBS
Prof Francis Lui Ting-ming, BBS, JP

When 17 August 1630-1800    Where HKFYG Building, North Point
Organized by The HKFYG Leadership Institute School of Public Engagement & School of Communications
More details William Chung 2169 0255

Open Up: Jockey Club Online Youth Emotional Support
Feature 24/7 interactive crisis textline
Funder The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Co-organized by HKFYG with Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, HKU, Caritas Hong Kong, Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association
Launch September 2018
Enquiries Hsu Siu-man 3422 3161
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Generation-I Multi-Media Competition
Funder and organizer
Equal Opportunities Commission
Targeting Views on diversity and inclusion
Aim Promotion of equal participation and combating discrimination by youth on multimedia platforms
Co-organizer HKFYG M21
Enrolment Late August - March 2018
Enquiries James Mok 3979 0011
HKFYG Marine Conservation Adventure Challenge funded by Tai Po District Council
Date Sunday 4 November
Time 9am-1pm 
Activities 4-mile land and water adventure challenge
Includes Running, marine conservation and canoeing
Target 60 teams
Now open for enrollment
Deadline 29 Sept 2018
Enquiries Bryan Chee / Suki Chan
Hotline 2395 5759 / 9587 0835
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Youth Connect: volunteer programme funded by LCH Charitable Foundation
Goal Youth-at-risk caring for the elderly
Until 30 June 2019
Location Tai Wo Hau Estate, Kwai Chung
Organized by HKFYG Tsuen Wan & Kwai Chung Outreaching Social Work Team
Enquiries Bob Lee 2487 6151
Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project: Integrated Farm
A current district-based programme and citywide campaign
With 90 intergenerational volunteers and 2,300 beneficiaries 
Aim To cultivate the spirit of age-friendliness 
Features Indoor plants nurtured on HKFYG Tsuen King Youth SPOT 
Presented to elderly people living alone in nearby neighbourhoods
Also includes Volunteer training, rooftop planting workshops and Sharing Day
More details
Enquiries Sam Fong 2498 3333

Neighbourhood First "Urban Farmer" Caring Project with Prudential Hong Kong Ltd
Features A day of urban agriculture in practice
Locations Kai Leng village, Sheung Shui & Fanling
Volunteers 60 Prudential corporate staff with youth & parents
Serving Deprived families in the neighbourhood
Organizer HKFYG Jockey Club Cheung Wah Youth SPOT
Enquiries Sam Ma 2669 9111
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