Hong Kong Future Pioneers (HKFP) 2022 

​Hong Kong Future Pioneers 2022

The theme for HKFP this year is "Mental Kaleidoscope: Shedding Light on Diverse Mental Needs". Our aim is to create a platform for the participants to explore the mental health problems and related issues faced by ordinary Hong Kong people.

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Day 1: 9th July 2022 (Sat) - Opening Ceremony & Workshop 1

​Opening Ceremony

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Honorary Guest Speaker

Prof. Angela Cui

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, CUHK

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Representatives from The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong

Honorary Guest Speaker

Workshop 1: Problems faced by SEN students and their caregivers in different scenarios

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Guest Speaker

Prof. Catherine So

Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, CUHK

Founder, Science and Technology for Autism Remediation (STAR) Limited

 

What you can learn:

  • Challenges faced by SEN students and their parents, teachers, and caregivers

  • Mental health status of SEN students and their caregivers

  • Social policy on Integrated Education

Day 2: 16th July 2022 (Sat) - Workshop 2 & Exposure Day Camp 1

Workshop 2: Mental Health Issues Among Older Adults in Hong Kong

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Guest Speaker

Prof.Helene Fung

Professor, Department of Psychology, CUHK

​What you can learn:

  • Mental health conditions of older adults in Hong Kong

  • What can younger family members do to alleviate the situation?

 

Exposure Day Camp 1

Highlights:​

  • Ice-breaking games & team-building games

  • Campaign introduction - overview on designing & executing campaign

Day 3: 24th July 2022 (Sun) - Workshop 3

Workshop 3: Rehabilitation and Destigmatization of Mental Health Issues

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Guest Speaker

Mr. Yiu Man Kit

Person-in-charge, Lok Ching Community Mental Health Education and Promotion Service Centre (東華三院樂情軒)

​What you can learn:

  • Psychiatric rehabilitation

  • Pain points of psychiatric rehabilitation in Hong Kong

  • How can we support and promote rehabilitation?

Day 4: 30th July 2022 (Sat) - Exposure Day Camp 2

Participants will learn the essential skills of creating their campaign contents through intensive stimulative activities and case studies.

Campaign Period: 31st July 2022 (Sun) to 12th August 2022 (Fri)*

*Not full attendance of all days is needed, the exact dates of campaign implementation is based on different groups’ decision.

Participants will design and implement their own social campaigns and promote their takeaways to the general public.

Day 5: 13th August 2022 (Sat) - Prize Presentation & Closing Ceremony

Each group would give a presentation on their campaign and there would be a Q&A session afterwards.

 

*Certificates will be awarded to each participant.

Judges:

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Prof. Catherine So

Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, CUHK

Founder, Science and Technology for Autism Remediation (STAR) Limited

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Mr. Peter Ho

General Secretary &

Chief Executive Officer, 

YMCA of Hong Kong

**Important: Programme details are subject to changes in regard to the latest COVID-19 situation.