Two handcrafting workshops of “Macrame Coaster” and “Pastel Nagomi Art” by a group of underprivileged women will be held at PolyU. From the workshops, you not only will take away a lovely final product but also be filled with their stories about home and life transformation.
[SLF04] Service-Learning Festival - Be a Tour guide: Understand, Co-design & Share the Stories of Hung Hom Community
(Face-to-Face, English interpretation, Open to Conference participants, 20 quotas)
Trained PolyU students will become a tour guide to lead Conference participants to walk around Hung Hom
[SLF03] Service-Learning Festival - A Walk to Remember: Understand the life of asylum seekers and refugees in Hong Kong (Hybrid, English, Open to Conference participants, 20 quotas)
A nature walk in Kadoorie Farm for you and refugee teenagers to learn about yourself and our home. You will be paired up for experiential activities in the beautiful natural environment of the Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden. It will be a journey of sharing, learning and reflection to bring non-refugees and refugees together to deepen their understanding of each other, and to explore the physical and symbolic meaning of home.
[SLF05] Service-Learning Festival - Home Street Home: Light Walker Tour (Face-to-Face, English interpretation, Open to Conference participants, 15 quotas)
In collaboration with Christian Concern for The Homeless Association, this programme allows participants to meet, listen, and learn from the people facing housing problems. Sham Shui Po (SSP) residents who are (were) street sleepers will take you on tour from the street to alley, giving you a fresh view to understand their “home”. Followed by a human library session, the rooted housing and social capital issue in the district will be revealed.
(Face-to-Face, English, For Conference participants only, 15 quotas)