Each school year, we organize more than 100 talks and share with students the challenges and threats facing children around the world. We also help them to understand how we can improve their lives.

Available period: School days – Monday to Friday within school hours

Duration: About 45 minutes per session (excluding students’ seating time)

Medium of instruction: Cantonese or English

Venue: School hall / Activity room with audio & projection equipment

Fee: Free of charge

Capacity: 100 students or above per session

Remarks: Each school can apply two school talks in each school year, first served basis.

 

Topic Content (45 minutes per session, for primary & secondary school)
Children's Rights

 

Understanding the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and child rights by exploring various local and international children’s issues.
Global Goals and I

 

Understanding the historical significance, content of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the relationship between the global goals and children. Encouraging the participants to support the global goals and become change agents.
Natural Disaster & Children

 

Understanding the impact of natural disasters on children and learning about UNICEF’s emergency work and the needs of affected population.
Armed Conflict & Child Refugee

 

Understanding how child rights are being deprived by armed conflict and discussing the needs of child soldiers and child refugees.
Water, Sanitation & Children

 

To raise awareness of the problems facing children with inadequate access to clean water or sanitation facilities, and be encouraged to take action in response to the issues.
Rural Children in Mainland China

 

Knowing about the living conditions of children in rural areas of mainland China and understanding their challenges and needs.
School Screening: A Quarter for Listening
  Sharing experiences of growing up and life stories by local young persons through the making of one-minute videos. Audience can gain a better understanding of their anxieties, concerns and views. It also encourages students to share their inner feelings that resonate with their peers.
   
Topic Content (One-hour Documentary Screening Series: for secondary school only)
End Child Trafficking 

 

The documentary, Not My Life, depicts the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking and modern slavery. It helps audience to understand the helplessness of child victims and how human trafficking deprives children of their rights. 
(60 minutes per session)
Thoughts of Youth

 

Director Adam Wong Sau-ping and his team joined hands with three young persons and produced the youth documentary, The Way Out. Through in-depth interviews and behind the scenes tidbits on the production, it explored the lives and struggles of Hong Kong youth.

 

Jason Hui, Education Officer (Training & Curriculum Development)
Tel: 2836 2929 / 2338 5151
Email: [email protected]

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