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Although some of the on-ground trainings and events organised by the The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP) were cancelled under the pandemic situation, the participants, instructors and volunteers of the programme still found ways to strive for improvement in the Award journey. They shared their extraordinary experience in the "Good stories: Together we walk through this" to spread the positive attitudes and inspire more young people, here are some of the good stories ! [Don't stop learning something at home - Nam Ka Yi] Class suspension does not mean stop learning. Keep going with your Award journey! Miss. Nam Ka Yi, participant of Silver Award, student from Tack Ching Girls' Secondary School demonstrates a good example of continuing the Award at home in this critical time.“Staying at home cannot stop me from doing my Award.” With a flexible and unique system, participants can do the Award anytime anywhere, and it’s totally adjustable! Learning English as her Skills Section, while Kayi is currently unable to attend lessons outside. However, her online learning English experience for Skills Section so far is progressing steadily with her foreign teacher. She also finds this way is much more interesting than having face-to-face lessons. No matter anywhere anytime, continue with The Award journey!All of our lives are in some way affected by this. However, AYP acts as a good platform for young people to step out from their comfort zone with chances of facing challenges. Learning how to step up and keep going with our normal lives are another acquisition of skills for our youth.No matter anywhere anytime, continue with The Award journey! [More than hiking! - Chan Hing Ho] Hiking is not only an outdoor activity for AYPers. Mr. Chan Hing Ho (Ho), with multiple roles including Gold Award Holder, existing AYP expeditions instructor (Hiking & Kayak) and ex-Outward Bound Hong Kong instructor, fully understands the true meaning of hiking. Clean-up rubbish in hiking routes“It’s no doubt that hills and countryside are being polluted harmfully recently. Therefore I decide to clean-up rubbish in some hiking routes with my family and friends as well as influencing my children not to stop learning even class has been suspended, teaching them not to pollute the nature, being environmental-friendly as a responsible hiker.”As AYP expeditions instructor, instead of limiting his mission to provide expeditions guidance for participants in the countryside, on waterways or at the sea, Ho is also being a role model for all of us. Keep up good manner to our lovely nature! [Get well prepared during stay home stay safe period! - Emily, Henry and Dennis] Gold Award Participants Emily, Henry and Dennis from Gold Award Unit (GAU) continue to engage in AYP Service Section in this challenging period. They have participated in Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association Service Programme over the past year and become seminar speakers after a series of training sessions. They advocate the acceptance and support to Guide Dogs through seminars to enhance an inclusive society. As speakers for Guide Dog Seminar‘We can keep preparing for Guide Dog Seminar, fearless of the COVID-19 outbreak impact!’ As seminar speakers, they chose to take this chance to update the Seminar content and wish to further contribute to the development of Guide Dogs service when the epidemic is over. The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP) provides opportunity for young people to challenge themselves through leisure activities and voluntary service which they can discover their hidden abilities and gain a special sense of satisfaction and achievement. Young people design their own Award programme, set their own goals, take up trainings and record their progress. Through the challenge of AYP, young people can explore and breakthrough the limit of what they believe they can achieve. >>Click here for more inspirational AYP good stories
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Youth Development Programme activities, funded by the Home Affairs Department (HAD), are coordinated and implemented by District Youth Programme Committees (DYPC) in the 18 districts. They consist of the following 3 categories of activities: (a) Summer General Activities for summer holidays in the 18 districts; (b) District Youth Activities organised year-round in the 18 districts; and (c) Territory-wide/Cross-district Youth Development Activities organised year-round. Information and event highlights of the activities are listed on the website of HAD. For the DYPCs that have established a website or social media pages, here's a convenient list for you to browse relevant information and enrol in the activities: Wan Chai DYPC Website: http://www.wcdypc.org.hk Facebook Page Islands DYPC Website: http://www.islandsdypc.org Kwai Tsing DYPC Website: http://www.kwtdypc.org.hk Shatin DYPC Website: http://www.stdypc.org.hk Facebook Page Please click here for contact details of other DYPCs.
Youth Development Commission Youth Development Commission (YDC) is established in 2018 to enhance policy co-ordination within the Government. This aims to enable holistic and more effective examination of, and discussion on, issues of concern to young people. The YDC gives specific attention to issues on youth education, career pursuit and home ownership as well as the participation of young people in politics and their engagement in public policy discussion and debate. The YDC is the first Government committee with young members appointed through the Pilot Member Self-recommendation Scheme for Youth. Details of the members of the YDCIf you want to learn more about information on youth development, you may visit the website of the Youth Development Commission. You may also look at the related research reports and surveys commissioned by the former Commission on Youth, or visit the Civic Education Resource Centre located in Chai Wan for other reference books, reports, videos and periodicals related to youth. Member Self-recommendation Scheme for Youth To provide more opportunities for young people to participate in policy discussions and to understand government operations, Member Self-recommendation Scheme for Youth (“MSSY”) launched by the current-term Government has been regularised and expanded to cover more boards and committees. MSSY Phase IV is now open for application. People aged between 18 and 35 are invited to self-nominate to become members of the specified government advisory committees through the MSSY. The number of participating committees in MSSY Phase IV is increased from 10 to 15 covering a wider spectrum of policy areas- 1. Advisory Committee on Built Heritage Conservation2. Advisory Committee on Countryside Conservation3. Assessment Panel of the Innovation and Technology Fund for Better Living4. Business Facilitation Advisory Committee5. Chinese Language Interface Advisory Committee6. Citizens Advisory Committee on Community Relations of the ICAC7. Committee on Reduction of Salt and Sugar in Food8. Energy Advisory Committee9. Family Council10. Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board11. Joint Committee on Information Technology for the Social Welfare Sector12. Quality Education Fund Dissemination and Promotion Sub-committee13. Small and Medium Enterprises Committee14. Steering Committee on the Child Development Fund15. Steering Committee on Promotion of Vocational and Professional Education and Training and Qualifications Framework Application Deadline: 26 May 2021 (Wednesday) The Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office is responsible for policy research and innovation, co-ordination across bureaux and departments, enhancing public participation in policy formulation as well as rendering assistance in co-ordination work for cross-bureaux policies selected by the senior leadership of the Government. The Office had recruited young people who aspires to pursue a career in policy research as well as policy and project co-ordination on a non-civil service contract basis, so that they can gain experience in public administration, and have more opportunities of direct participation in public policy formulation. Outstanding Youth Commendation Scheme and Outstanding Youth Activity Commendation Scheme In order to give recognition to outstanding young people and related youth programmes, YDC and HAB had set up Outstanding Youth Commendation Scheme which aims to encourage young people to set targets for their personal development and to actively take part in community building and social services, thus setting an example for other young people; and the Outstanding Youth Activity Commendation Scheme, which aims to give recognition to innovative, purposeful and popular district youth programmes. The scheme hopes to encourage the organisation of more high quality and effective activities to promote youth development in districts. Youth Square Situated in Chai Wan, Youth Square is a project commissioned by the Home Affairs Bureau. Since open by phases from mid-2009, it provides a perfect venue complete with comprehensive facilities for young people to fully explore and develop their potential. Child Development Fund The $300 million Child Development Fund set up by the Government in 2008 encourages children aged between 10 and 16 from a disadvantaged background to plan for the future, develop an asset-building habit and accumulate financial assets as well as non-financial assets, through which promotes the longer-term personal development of these children.