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  • Improving the Effectiveness of Career and Life Planning Education
    The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Improving the Effectiveness of Career and Life Planning Education Integrating the opinion from youth, teachers and experts, carrying out Career and Life Planning Education (CLP Education) during Secondary Education was meaningful and stimulating. Yet, there is room for improvement for the implementation process.   The research project conducted from November to December, 2018, highlighted a worry regarding to the effectiveness of CLP education in promoting ‘Multiple Pathways’, when 29.1% of the 751 youth participants of an online survey claimed feeling failed to do so. Besides, the fact that teachers from the 103 […]
  • Involving the Community in Public Finance Management
    The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Involving the Community in Public Finance Management     An onsite survey conducted from October to November on 520 young people aged 18 – 34 noted that close to 60% (59.8%) of respondents believed the greatest benefit of involving the community in the decision making process of the public finance to be its potential to ensure the resources meet the citizens’ need. Close to half (48.5%) considered their participation important, mainly due to the reasons that the public assets belong to the community and they concerned the development prospects of Hong Kong. […]
  • Enhancing Career Opportunities for Higher Educated Youth with SEN or Disabilities
    The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Enhancing Career Opportunities for Higher Educated Youth with SEN or Disabilities     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. (established by HKFYG Youth Research Centre) has released its study on “Enhancing Career Opportunities for Higher Educated Youth with SEN or Disabilities”.   Data gathered from 520 Hong Kong residents aged 18 or above showed that 26.0% of them are not willing to work a youth with SEN. The reasons were “it would increase my workload” (60.7%), “I didn’t know how to work with them” (43.7%) and “they could be dangerous or harmful” (27.4%).   Lack […]

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