‘Campus, Learning, and Development: Seminar on Hong Kong's Youth Wellbeing’ Jointly Organised by the HSUHK Centre for Public Policy Research and Save the Children Hong Kong on 26 October 2021
The Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) of HSUHK and Save the Children Hong Kong jointly organised the seminar ‘Campus, Learning, and Development: Seminar on Hong Kong’s Youth Wellbeing’ on 26 October 2021, and around 30 guests took part in it.
The seminar was officiated by Professor Y V Hui, Provost and Vice-president (Academic & Research), and Ms Carol Szeto, CEO of Save the Children Hong Kong, who gave their respective opening remarks. The seminar was divided into two sessions. In the first session, Mr KS Chan, Acting Senior Policy, Research & Training Officer of the Equal Opportunities Commission; Dr Gary Tang, Associate Director of CPPR; and Mr Angus Chan, Researcher of MWYO presented their research findings and observations on the youth trends in Hong Kong. It was followed by a second session, in which Dr Chi-kit Chan, Director of the Institute for Youth Sustainability Leadership, and Ms June Luk, Senior Domestic Programme Manager of Save the Children Hong Kong, shared their thoughts on the trends and challenges in training and services on youth well-being and development.