Youth Matters
Chief Executive in dialogue: Policy Online@M21
Policy Address Online@M21
Mrs Carrie Lam met about 260 secondary students at a Federation forum earlier this month. She confirmed that young people's voices will be heard at senior levels in future, via recruits to a new unit reporting directly to her and helping with policy research, analysis and project co-ordination.

Explaining her 2017 Policy Address to youngsters on a live webcast, Mrs Lam said she and her political team will visit schools frequently and gauge young people's aspirations. Pressing topics including education, career development and home ownership will be discussed. Asked how she would "connect" with young people amid simmering political tension, she said her bottom line was the rule of law, "Hong Kong's greatest core value" and said the courts were an "absolutely independent" judicial system.

Policy Online@M21 was the first of a series of dialogue sessions at HKFYG
Coming soon
Mr Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, JP Secretary for Education
Mr Frank Chan Fan, JP Secretary for Transport and Housing
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HSBC Youth Business Award with prizes worth HK$510,000
HSBC Youth Business Award
Sole sponsor HSBC Commercial Banking
Offering young startups a platform to exchange views and enrich business knowledge, plus recognition and rewards for outstanding performance and creativity
Organizer HKFYG
Award Presentation Ceremony
cum Dinner
31 October, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
New in 2017 Innovation Award
for businesses registered less than 2 years
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Enquiries Michael Wong 3595 0945

2017/18 schools micro movie competition
2017/18 schools micro movie competition with Urban Renewal Authority
Focus Smart redevelopment in Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok
HKFYG Jockey Club M21 Free film training workshops
Prizes Cash up to HK$5,000
Competition entry deadline 10 November 2017
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Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
Fly High With Us 2017-2020: Young Savers Project supporting Child Development Fund
Launched By HKFYG Jockey Club Kwai Fong Youth SPOT in Tsuen Wan and Kwai Tsing
Aims To provide 100 underprivileged young people with a chance to meet personal targets
Seeking Business sector partners and individual donors to match government contributions
With HK$200 per month over 2 years to motivate underprivileged youth to save
Donations Vital, if they are to achieve their personal goals!
Join us Make all the difference to a young life today!
More details click here
Enquiries Yu Fan 2423 1366

Youth! Don't gamble! - Education Scheme supported by Ping Wo Fund
Expo with various multimedia tools to promote public anti-gambling education
Date 26-27 October 2017
Time 2pm-9pm
Venue Atrium and Zone A, Tseung Kwan O Plaza, 1 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O Enquiries Ken Lee 2702 2202
More details (in Chinese) click here

Fantastic Fun Saturday 21 October: Water Conservation Adventure Challenge cum Carnival
Water Conservation Adventure Challenge cum Carnival
Main sponsor Tai Po District Council
Donations in kind Bonaqua & Hung Fook Tong
Cash donations Infinity workshop cafe & FQ Education Association
Co-organizers Water Supplies Department & Tai Po District Council (Environment, Housing and Works Committee)
Supporting organizations Hong Kong Rouliqiu Association, Hong Kong Canoe Union, HKCT, Jockey Club Ti-l College
Media partner Roadshow
Organizer Tai Mei Tuk Outdoor Activities Centre Camp

HKFYG Social Innovation Centre offers Taobao E-commerce Training
A popular course that cultivates business professionals and e-commerce talent
Dates 11-12, 18-19 November 2017
Venue Units B-E, 11/F, Genesis, 33-35 Wong Chuk Hang Road, HK
Includes Online self-study and exam
Attendance 6+ sessions entitles participants to a certificate
Cost HK$1,200 plus RMB 200 for programme materials
Application deadline Friday 3 November
Enquiries Krizzi Law 3951 8004
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