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Aimed at all those who are interested in young people, their problems and concerns, hopes and aspirations, Invest in Youth, share stories, information and news. We welcome you your suggestions and comments, but ask you also to take the time and see how you might be able to join us building up partnerships. Please show your support by joining our mailing list to receive Invest in Youth every week.

Join the growing volunteer force!
Hong Kong is blessed by the number of people who volunteer. Join this growing force ...more
Please also refer to our Weekly Focus.

Spreading the Message of Waste Separation
For the entire month of September, volunteers of the Federation's Youth Volunteer Network (VNET) promote the idea of waste separation and recycling among residents of Kwai Tsing district…more

Observing the Education System in Shanghai Firsthand
Given an opportunity to visit Shanghai and observe their educational system, participants will return to Hong Kong and reflect on what they have learnt…more

A New Communication Channel to reach Young People

To engage more young people in the Federation's varied and interesting activities, new channels of communication are being explored …more

Budding Inventors showcase their Creativity
Secondary students in Hong Kong were challenged to think out-of-the-box and create economical and useful healthy inventions…more

79 Students Committed Suicide over the Past 5 Years
The student suicide problem deserves more of our attention. Reported in Ming Pao on December 4, the Education and Manpower Bureau information showed that 79 secondary and primary students have committed suicide over the past 5 years…more

Police Elites helped train High Flying Young Air Cadets
Since last year, over 100 police volunteers helped train young members of the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps. Some of the volunteers came from elite police units …more

World Student Summit 2003
Tertiary students from around the world will convene in Singapore to address issues of global significance and formulate a response… more

UK Students named the Civil Service as the Most Desirable Employer
The 2003 university graduates in the UK named the Civil Service as the most desirable employer. Would the result be the same if a similar survey were carried out in Hong Kong? more

Youth Volunteering
Millions of young people around the world are making a difference in their community through volunteering. Below are some fast facts and figures on youth volunteering in 4 places more

***Youth Pledge to Volunteer***

Uniting Youth Volunteer Leaders
The first ever conference for Youth Volunteer Leaders (「凝聚青年義工力量」第一次會議)successfully concluded on December 6, 2003 …more

Make a Volunteer Pledge Online

" For the next 12 months, I pledge to make my community, country and the world better by volunteering the hours stated below. Although this is a symbolic pledge, I can realize my commitment by looking for places and programs that will involve me as a volunteer" …more

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