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Social Enterprise 社會企業
Welcome to Services for Ethnic Minorities Unit!
HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre has been providing diversified social services to minorities living in Hong Kong, as well as a one-stop service to South Asian residents since 2001. With the concern about these people's needs, the service includes support for helping them confront difficulties in life and promoting harmony amongst different races. A service department for minorities launched in 2001 - made up of staff from Hong Kong, Pakistan, Nepal and India, plus the partner groups and social workers groups who have been supporting our service centre for years - provides diversified social services to minority men, women, children, adolescents and families. Based on three-service values, we provide minorities in Hong Kong the following services :
- Promoting harmonious coexistence amongst different ethnicities.
- Discovering the advantages and qualities of minorities and establishing community resources.
- Together with people from different minorities, seeking to build a society of racial equality and social charity, and providing ethnic minorities of different ages diversified social services.
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EXTRA MILE -The Pioneer Programme
SPIN Online fitness class
Kung Yung Koon
Please kindly help to promote this “Mosaic Imagining Staircase Decoration Project” to the neighborhoods. The participants will receive a Mosaic material pack and a tutorial video. We will later collect the final product from them for a temporary staircase decoration. At last, we will turn it into coaster and return to participant for home use.
If interested or have any questions, please contact 2427 2223 or WhatsApp 5263 2174 . Thank you!
Online Registration: https://forms.gle/sVgT6fH7Jkf6scu1A
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has launched a thematic webpage in English and eight other languages.
To know more about “what is bribery in Hong Kong” and the channels of reporting corruption, visit https://www.icac.org.hk/icac/race_eq/index.html