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WeCare Fund for Student-Initiated Youth Suicide Prevention Projects-Best Practice Award Presentation Ceremony
《與你同行》資助計劃 – 由學生主導的防止青年自殺計劃頒獎典禮

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    WeCare Fund for Student-Initiated Youth Suicide Prevention Project (the project) is the very first cross-institutional student initiated suicide prevention project conducted by The Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (the Centre). The Fund aims to encourage students, with the support of professional advisors, to organise, initiate, and implement mental health related projects at university campuses, and through the projects to nurture positive emotions at campuses and to enhance awareness of mental health issues among youths. Read More

    Social Media for Social Good [Talk 3]

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      Our seminar ‘How to make the Internet Safer and Better?’ was successfully held on 22 February, 2017. We were honored to have Mia Garlick, Director of Policy of Facebook Headquarter, Charles Mok, the legislative councilor (IT constituency), and Hsu Siu-man, Supervisor of The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) sharing their views on the topic – ‘how can social media play a more active role in suicide prevention’. Read More

      【多一點關注 ─ 情緒拯救攻略】互動遊戲

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      你的朋友面對情緒困擾時,你會如何反應呢?假如你的朋友向你表示他有自殺的念頭,你會如何做?中心與端傳媒合作製作【多一點關注 -情緒拯救攻略】 互動小遊戲於2016年12月19日正式發布,讓公眾學習如何關心有自殺風險或受情緒困擾的人士。歡迎各界人士訪問、轉發此遊戲,以鼓勵更多人成為守護生命的天使。

      此項目由香港大學知識交流撥款計劃2016/17資助。

      Community resources on Suicide Prevention 防止自殺的社區支援服務  (http://wecare.csrp.hku.hk/)

      Suicide Prevention Service 生命熱線 2382 0000
      Samaritans 撒瑪利亞會 2896 0000
      The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong 撒瑪利亞防止自殺會 2389 2222

      QEF Thematic Network on Developing Students’ Positive Attitude and Values – Parent Talks
      《培養學生正面態度和價值觀》主題網絡計劃 – 家長講座

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      香港大學香港賽馬會防止自殺研究中心獲得優質教育基金的撥款,在本港中小學推行為期四年培養學生正面態度和價值觀的計劃,透過與老師及家長共同合作,希望提高學生的生理及心理健康質素。由於父母對子女成長具有重要而深遠的影響,為促進父母營造正向成長環境及化解常見的親子衝突,本中心將於27/2/2016(星期六)上午舉行兩場家長講座,題目分別為:(一)衝突停得了 及 (二)正向教育造福家庭,費用全免,詳情分列如下,敬希垂注。

      日期 2016年2月27日 (星期六)
      地點 九龍塘沙福道19號教育局九龍塘教育服務中心西翼4樓422室
      家長講座(一):衝突停得了
      時間 上午9時45分至11時15分
      對象 中學家長
      講者 香港青年協會親子衝突調解中心青年工作幹事 韓曄姑娘
      講者簡介
      • 註冊社工,畢業於香港中文大學社工系碩士課程
      • 現為香港調解資歷評審協會認可綜合調解員及香港和解中心註冊調解員
      • 著有於2010年由香港青年協會出版的<<找快樂的媽媽>>
      • 擁有超過二十年青少年及家長工作經驗
      內容簡介
      • 藉著影片分享及短講等輕鬆方式,讓家長了解到親子衝突的情況,並明白到處理及預防親子衝突的有效方法,從而改善親子關係
      家長講座(二):正向教育造福家庭
      時間 上午11時30分至下午1時正
      對象 小學家長
      講者 救恩學校 陳梁淑貞校長及姚黎丹雯助理校長
      講者簡介
      • 陳校長於香港大學取得學位後,任中學教師、教育局課程發展工作及直資小學創校校長,多次應邀在本港及世界各地進行教育交流。在校內積極推動健康校園政策和措施,培養正面、健康和快樂的新一代。
      • 姚助理校長具教育及基督教神學學位,對學生的生命素質及家長教育特別重視,一直在校園內推展宗教教育、生命教育及正向教育;二十年來持續為家長舉辦具系統性及適切性的教育課程。
      內容簡介
      • 讓父母了解正向教育及其重要性
      • 啟發家長樂於持續學習正向教育,並在生活各層面中實踐
      • 期望父母能以正向態度面對家庭大小的壓力與挑戰,從而帶給家人有身心靈的健康,並能關係密切

      貴家長如欲參加上述兩個家長講座,請於23/2/2016前填妥網上回條,額滿即止。如有任何查詢,可致電 2831 5229與許小姐聯絡。

      Education Team Greets Visitors from Tokyo Gakugei University

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      Professor IWATA, Yasuyuki (Deputy President of Curriculum Center for Teachers, Tokyo Gakugei University) and Dr. Li Jun (Associate Professor, Education Policy Unit, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong) arranged a study visit to CSRP with 10 Tokyo Gakugei University students on 27 Jan 2016. These students are prospective primary school teachers and are particularly interested in understanding teacher and student suicide and the corresponding prevention efforts in Hong Kong. Staff from the CSRP presented the suicide figures in Hong Kong, the current mental health programmes for students and 3 research reports about Hong Kong teachers’ workload and wellness. In return, Professor IWATA and the students shared about the general role of primary school teachers and the possible causes of student suicides in Japan. Both CSRP and the visitors from Japan have enhanced understanding of each other’s work. In addition, all agreed that suicide prevention is an important issue and everyone can contribute to make a difference.

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