Youth Matters
Bridging divides for a more inclusive future
HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership Launch Ceremony with Salzburg Global Seminar 2017
Polarization is on the rise around the world and Hong Kong young people need new pathways for constructive dialogue. The HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership Launch Ceremony with Salzburg Global Seminar aims to discover a way forward and is coming up soon.

What would a Hong Kong that works for all look like and how can it be achieved? What are the major obstacles to building bridges, and how can governments, businesses, and civil society organizations work together to respond to the challenge? These complex issues will be addressed at this high-level, public event, featuring prominent speakers, panel discussions and workshops. It will pave the way for a multi-year programme that will build a cohort of networked, emerging leaders across Hong Kong, mainland China, and neighbouring countries.

Read on for more news about this exciting programme.
Coming soon
The HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership
with Salzburg Global Seminar

HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership Launch Ceremony with Salzburg Global Seminar 2017
A joint initiative that aims to build new leadership and enhance trust for greater social, economic, and political inclusion in Hong Kong.
Date 17-19 November 2017
Venue The HKFYG Building in North Point
Target Young professionals aged 25-40 in business, government and NGO sectors
Youth Matters With knowledge and skills relevant to issues facing the community
Youth Matters Who wish to join a network of opinion leaders from all sectors
Scholarship information
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Enquiries Iki Chan 2169 0255

Annual Report 2016-17
57th HKFYG Annual General
MeetingThursday 12 October 2017

Guest of Honour The Hon Professor Sophia Chan Siu-chee, JP, Secretary for Food & Health
VenueThe HKFYG Building in North Point
Time 6pm
Annual Report Available soon at
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
Shoot for Hong Kong: HKFYG named as beneficiary of annual Canon Photomarathon
Each year, Canon donates the competition's enrolment fees to a worthy charitable cause and this year, HKFYG's leadership programmes are the beneficiary. Thank you!
3,000 contestants visited designated checkpoints, day and night, to shoot photos and test time management skills, creativity and endurance.
Venues Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
Plus Secret checkpoint at HKFYG's M21 multimedia centre in Aberdeen for Challenge and Open Categories
Date 8 October 2017
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Enquiries Iki Chan 2169 0255

Dorian Concept (Group) Ltd donates moon cakes to needy families
Many thanks to our new partner for their welcome donation for underprivileged people.
Distributed by volunteers from HKFYG Youth SPOTs and Parent Support Network
Beneficiaries 540 households in Tin Shui Wai, Shatin & North District.
Enquiries Phoenix Ngai 3755 7088

Live Smart´╝ÄBe Innovative: InnoTech Month 2017 organized by Innovation and Technology Commission
Campaign partners HKFYG and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Dates and venues
InnoCarnival: 21-29 October: at Hong Kong Science Park
Roadshows with workshops and displays of young scientists' innovations:
11-12 November Olympian City 1
18 to 19 November Kai Tin Shopping Centre
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Enquiries Hayley Chau 2561 6149

The Wind Carnival 2017 with K&K Charity Foundation and HKFYG YCPC
The Federation's Youth Crime Prevention Centre (YCPC) "The Wind" Thai Boxing Programme participants will showcase professional boxing and rope skipping.
Aim Building positive life values and learning strategies to release pressure
Date and time 14 October 2017, 12 noon - 5pm
Venue Tsim Sha Tsui, Railway Clock Tower, near Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza
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Enquiries Lok Man 2396 4711

Board of Management of The Chinese Permanent Cemeteries works with HKFYG on Amazing Box
Venues HKFYG Kwai Fong Youth SPOT, schools and universities
Teenagers will learn about voluntary work that promotes positive thinking through drama and other art forms while focusing on life and death education.
Participants Volunteers aged 14 and above
Service target convalescents from mental illness and the general public including the elderly
Date October 2017 to October 2018
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Enquiries Kenny Pang 2423 1366

"Shine On Stage" Band Sound Marathon funded by Commission on Youth
Expected participation 2,000 young people
Date 21 October 2017
Time 3pm-9pm
Venue Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza C
Entry Free of charge
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Enquiries Charles Chan 2395 5753