Happenings

   SoInno   

12 April
In light of the alarming issue of double ageing, how could we create an inclusive and supportive environment that could increase the elderly’s self-care ability and help them to live independently and confidently in their neighbourhood?
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   SoInno   

31 March
This season’s symposium aims to facilitate a discussion among cross-sector and trans-disciplinary professionals on how we can leverage existing data and GIS technology to improve the health and wellbeing of elderly in ageing built environment.
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   SoInno Design Education   

21 January
Previously, we collaborated with Mr. Yuen Kai-Lun, Assistant Principal of Shun Tak Fraternal Association Yung Yau College, to explore possibilities of secondary school education by integrating social innovation and design thinking into interdisciplinary study. We also inspire teaching fellows to walk a different path in professional development, so as to nurture students to cope with the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
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   Good Seed   

20 January

1,477 participants joined Good Seed Programme and generated 445 innovative ideas since 2015. 82 social innovation projects successfully obtained funding support for implementation. If you are eager to create social impact, join us now. Be our Change Maker!

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   SIRF   

6 January
Explore how social innovators are working hard to tackle complex challenges brought by the “Double Ageing” of population and building stock. At the SIRF2020 Digital Exhibition, 15 exhibitors come together to showcase their progress and achievements, from the latest smart technologies to age-friendly services that disrupt the status quo. What might better ageing look like for us all?
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   SoInno   

30 November

Transitional Social Housing Action Project Report Release 
The Action Projects covered three sites with varying physical and socio-economic environment, located in Sham Shui Po, Stanley and the Ma Wan Old Village.  The Report provides a comprehensive documentation of the cross-sector and trans-disciplinary co-creation process which has contributed to enriching the knowledge in the planning, designing and implementing transitional social housing projects in Hong Kong.


Action Project Video
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