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Intergrated Learning Programme
Civic Education

 

科學、社會與持續發展系列

Science, Society and Sustainability Series

 

《砂戰風雲》紀錄片欣賞會 - 砂亦有盡時?

Film Screening - Sand Wars: Will sand run out?

 

Objectives:

After the event, students are able to:    

1. Discover the use of sand in the society;

2. Understand the impact and consequences of sand mining to the environment and also the development of the society; and

3. Enhance the awareness of sustainable living.

Description:

Every house, skyscraper and glass building, every bridge, airport and sidewalk in our modern society depends on sand. We use it to manufacture optical fibre, cell phone components and computer chips. We find it in our toothpaste, powdered foods and even in our glass of wine!

However, is sand an infinite resource? Can the existing supply satisfy a gigantic demand fuelled by construction booms? What are the consequences of intensive beach sand mining for the environment? Will one day those grains of silica surrounding our daily lives become used up?

Based on encounters with sand smugglers, barefoot millionaires, corrupt politicians, unscrupulous real estate developers and environmentalists, this investigation takes us around the globe to unveil a new gold rush and a disturbing fact: the “SAND WARS” have begun.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5821

27/2/2020 (Thu)

17:30 – 19:30

MBG06

Instructor

Mr. Roy TAM

(Green Sense - Chief Executive (Voluntary))

Prof. Paulina WONG (Assistant Professor, Science Unit)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

 

鯊魚有難—談談裟魚保育與可持續發展

Sharks in Crisis

 

Objectives:

At the end of the lecture, students are able to:    

1. Learn about the challenges sharks are now facing in HK and also in the global;

2. Raise awareness about shark conservation and sustainable living; and

3. Reflect on their purchase and diet habits.

 

Description:

The Education Director of the Hong Kong Shark Foundation, Ms. Andrea RICHEY will share about shark conservation. Students will be led to look into the global shark crisis and how we in HK can make a difference by educating people to stop eating shark fin soup and shark products.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5822

11/3/2020 (Wed)

18:30 – 19:30

MBG01

Instructor

Ms. Andrea RICHEY

(Education Director of Hong Kong Shark Foundation)

Prof. Jonathan FONG

(Assistant Professor, Science Unit,Lingnan University)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

身土不二體驗之旅

A Journey on Seasonal Food

 

Objectives:

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:    

1.  Enhance the knowledge of Hong Kong agriculture and eco-farming;

2. Increase the awareness of consumption; and

3. Experience the joy of cooking.

Description:

The activity adopts healthy cooking to promote the wellbeing of the students and demonstrates how to support local production and farming.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5823

26/3/2019 (Thu)

17:00 – 19:00

AM319

Instructor

Ms. Rachel AU

(Tutor of Natural Network)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

 

領袖訓練系列

Leadership Enhancement Programme

 

學生組織之誠信與管治

Anti-corruption – Integrity & Governance for Student

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Avoid corruption and fraud behaviours;

2. Maintain reputation of student societies and University; and

3. Uphold clean and impartial working principles.

Description:

This workshop will introduce important information for student leaders in managing integrity of student societies. It’s essential for the student leaders to protect the interests of its members. Students will explore the good meaning of good governance and how correct decisions can be made. Relevant HK Laws will be introduced during this workshop.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5824

12/2/2020 (Wed)

16:00 - 17:00

MBG07

Instructor

Ms. Cameo LAU (Community Relations Officer, ICAC)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

防止校園性騷擾 (學生活動及迎新營)

Avoiding Sexual Harassment in Student Activities

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Understand the definition of sexual harassment;

2. Understand the seriousness of having indecent programmes or activities; and

3. Learn the ways of dealing with the potential cases and learn to be a responsible student leader.

 

Description:

This workshop will introduce the concept of sexual harassment and identify behaviour which constitutes sexual harassment. Relevant cases will also be shared with student leaders and student leaders will understand the liability for sexual harassment.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5827

17/3/2020 (Tue)

16:00 - 17:00

LKK101

Instructor

Ms. Agness LAM

(Representative from Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD))

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

《個人資料(私隱)條例》簡介 - 學生組織

Data Privacy Protection for Student Societies

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Understand the important regulations under the Data Privacy Ordinance;

2. Learn the ways of handling student data in a proper manner; and

3. Learn the definition of a data.

 

Description:

The workshop will help students understand the existing ordinance about Data Privacy Protection, and why and how to protect personal data in the context of student societies.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5826

27/4/2020 (Mon)

16:00 - 17:00

LBYG01

Instructor

Ms. Candice CHENG

(Representative from Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC))

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

廉政行動放映會及廉政公署入職講座

Screening of ‘ICAC Investigators 2019’ cum ICAC Career Talk

 

Objective:

At the end of the event, students will be able to:

  1. Understand the work of the Operations Department of ICAC;

  2. Know how the ICAC officers to safeguard a corruption-free Hong Kong; and

  3. Learn the entry requirement of ICAC officers and the career path in the ICAC.

 

Description:

This workshop comprises two parts: (1) The first episode of ‘ICAC Investigators 2019’ will be played in the event. The story was adapted from a real ICAC case. Apart from educating students against the evils of corruption, the TV drama will also demonstrate the relentless efforts and determination of ICAC officers in carrying out their anti-corruption duties. The cast includes Carlos Chan (陳家樂), Jeannie Chan (陳瀅).  (2) After showing the TV drama, an ICAC career talk will be conducted by an ICAC officer from Community Relations Department for introducing the work of ICAC, the entry requirements and the recruitment process of ICAC officers. A Q&A session will be held after the talk.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5828

17/2/2020 (Mon)

18:00-19:30

LBYG01

Instructor

Ms. Cameo LAU

(Community Relations Officer, ICAC) &

ICAC Ambassadors

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

壓花加能量:廉潔壓花工作坊與咖啡分享

DIY Floral Embossed Cups Workshop cum Coffee Sharing

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Understand the importance of positive values in the workshop; and

2. Understand the mission of ICAC.

 

Description:

Do you know what flowers representing integrity, honesty and loyalty? Tutor will introduce the meanings of flowers and participants will be taught embossing skill to make an unique and beautiful cup by using dried flowers. The Coffee Sharing session will be held after the workshop for introducing the working culture of ICAC and collecting feedback from young people about the work of ICAC.

The workshop is free of charge. Cups, dried flowers and other materials will also be provided.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5829

2/3/2020 (Mon)

18:00-19:30

AM317

Instructor

Ms. Rebekah WONG (Assistant Counsellor, Lingnan University) & ICAC Ambassadors

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

 

社會服務系列

Social Services Series

 

義工服務遊戲帶領技巧工作坊

Be an Effective Game Leader in Community Services

 

Objective:

At the end of the programme, students will be able to:

1. Recognise the effectiveness of games in volunteer services;

2. Understand the basic concepts and effective techniques of games leading; and

3. Elevate the interest and commitment towards volunteerism.

 

Description:

It is common that games and activities constitute an important component in various volunteer services and are adopted as an effective means in connecting volunteers and service targets.  In the hope of maximizing the effectiveness and outcomes in volunteer services, a deeper understanding and a grasp on skills and techniques in game planning and leading are always advantageous.

This programme will delineate:

• The functions and effectiveness of game activities in volunteer services

• The techniques of selecting and arranging suitable games to match the needs of the service users

• The steps of games leading

• The ways of enhancing the involvement of participants

With these workshop coverages, it is in the hope that students can be equipped with useful techniques in leading games, which can in turn elevate ones’ confidence and capabilities while participating in various volunteer services.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5880

25/3/2020 (Wed)

15:30 – 17:30

LKK201

Instructor

Representative of the Hong Kong Institute of Volunteers

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

如何成為社會的服務領袖

How to be a Service Leader in a Society

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Describe the speaker’s sharing and ideas on social services;

2. Identify different leaders from leadership styles and effects of personality features on leadership effectiveness; and

3. Explore how service experience benefits future career as well as building a better society.

 

Description:

Without working experience, how can we prove our abilities to our potential employers or investors of our start-up businesses?  The speaker will share cases of service leadership as well as his own experience of being a service leader.  Moreover, he will guide students to identify the effects of their personality features on leadership effectiveness through an interactive session.  At the end of the workshop, students will have an opportunity to explore how service experience also contribute to their career development.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5881

27/2/2020 (Thu)

16:30 - 18:00

MBG12

Instructor

Mr. Mac CHAN

(Executive Deputy Supervisor, Wofoo Leaders’ Network Steering Committee)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

 

藥物濫用 – 現今的濫藥狀況以及禁毒政策的制定與考量

Substance Abuse – The Current Situation and the Implications on Anti-drugs Policies Formulation

 

Objectives:

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:

1. Describe the current trend and situation on substance abuse in Hong Kong;

2. Understand the rationales, considerations and cultural implications on anti-drug policies formulation across different countries;

3. Acquire a deeper understanding of the social issue of substance abuse.

 

Description:

As cooperated with the Caritas HUGS Centre (which is one of the Counselling Centres for Psychotropic Substance Abusers in Hong Kong), this session will not only describe the current trend and situation on substance abuse in Hong Kong, but will also explore the social and economic factors that influence the trend of substance abuse in Hong Kong since year 2000. 

Since Canada has become the first country to legalise marijuana for adults a year ago, other countries are also paying close attention to the issue as the exercise of Canada may have shaped the laws on cannabis on a broader spectrum.  In the latter part of this workshop, the speakers will also discuss its implication that may impose on the drug policy of Hong Kong.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5830

30/3/2020 (Mon)

16:00 – 17:30

MBG01

Instructor

Mr. LUN Chi Wai

(Supervisor and Registered Social Worker, Caritas HUGS Centre)

Mr. WONG Siu Wah

(Registered Social Worker, Caritas HUGS Centre)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

 

認識進食失調工作坊

Body Cherish Campaign

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Understand the concept of eating disorders, causes & phenomenon;

2. Increase the awareness of mental health issues in the community; and

3. Promote positive mental health and body cherish campaign on campus.

 

Description:

In recent years, eating disorders patients in Hong Kong have been getting younger and younger. Colleges & universities are places nurturing this batch of young adults, where eating and body concerns are also common among them. The workshop aims to promote awareness and knowledge of eating disorders particularly amongst young people and to help them to improve their self-esteem. Relevant community resources will be introduced too.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5882

25/3/2020(Wed)

14:00 - 17:00

AM319

Instructor

Speaker of Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association (HEDA)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

3

Remarks

1. Certificate will be issued upon completion of the course.

2. Students will be invited to be a volunteer for promoting mental wellness campaign on campus

 

香港人道年獎得獎者分享會

Sharing Session by Awardee of the Hong Kong Humanity Award

 

Objectives:

At the end of the sharing session, students will be able to:

1. Understand more about the universal value of humanity; and

2. Help spread the spirit of humanitarianism and facilitate the integration in society.                                                 

 

Description:

The Hong Kong Humanity Award is organised jointly by the Hong Kong Red Cross and Radio Television Hong Kong.  Launched in 2007, it is the very first award of its kind in Hong Kong which aims to give tribute to individuals in society who exemplify the very spirit of humanity by putting it into practice and action.  Through honouring their humanitarian deeds, the organisers hope that more people will know about the universal value of humanity, spreading humanitarianism to all levels of society.  Over the past ten years, more than 60 individuals were commended by the Award. 

The awardee of the Hong Kong Humanity Award, who live up and put into practice the spirit of humanity, will deliver a talk in Lingnan University to share their humanitarian works and contributions in alleviating and preventing the human suffering.  All students are cordially invited to join the sharing session!

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5831

31/3/2020 (Tue)

16:00-17:00

MBG06

Instructor

Awardee of the Hong Kong Humanity Award

Medium of Instruction

Cantones

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

 

休才薈 – 紮染布袋工作坊

Gatherly – Tie-dyeing Handicraft Bag Workshop

 

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

1. Understand the skills of talented retirees;

2. Learn more about the traditional handcraft, Tie-dyeing; and

3. Acquire skills in tie-dyeing.

 

Description:

Two “Talented Retirees” Ms. Cheung and Ms. Li are invited to teach Tie-dyeing. Tie-dyeing is a traditional handicraft from Hakka. In ancient times, folk wisdom used dyed square scarf for book wrapping and other personal care. Through hands-on tie-dyeing of a handicraft bag, students can learn more about natural dyeing, tie-dye patterns and dyeing techniques.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5832

24/2/2020 (Mon)

16:30 - 18:00

AM320

Instructor

Ms. CHEUNG & Ms. LI

(Talented retirees, Gatherly)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

Fee

$50

 

休才薈 - 屏山古蹟探索之旅

Gatherly - Ping Shan Exploration Tour

 

Objectives:

At the end of the tour, students will be able to:

1. Understand the history of Ping Shan;

2. Explore the declared monuments and graded buildings in Ping Shan;

3. Learn about the living culture of Tang Clan.

 

Description:

Ping Shan Heritage Trail is a well-preserved heritage sites of Yuen Long. It shows the lives and culture of the early clan settlers of the New Territories and Hong Kong’s heritage. The early clan settlers are the Tang, which has been populated since the late Yuan dynasty.

Students are able to listen to the story of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail and the Tang Clan from our Talented retirees, Andy. He is an expert in touring and being a storyteller. You can explore the other side of Hong Kong.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5833

22/2/2020 (Sat)

10:30 - 12:30

Ping Shan Heritage Trail

Instructor

Mr. Andy LAM

(Talented retirees, Gatherly)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2

Deposit

$100

Assembly Time and Point 10:20 am at Tin Shui Wai MTR Station (Exit E3)

 

 

平等機會系列

Equal Opportunities Series

 

平等機會活動2020開幕禮

Equal Opportunities Awareness Campaign 2020 – Kick-off Ceremony

 

Objectives:

At the end of the ceremony, students will be able to:

1. Acquire skills to handle people with different needs (physical and emotional);

2. Understand the importance of sexual harassment prevention as an act to promote equality and respect; and

3. Cultivate an awareness and positive mind-set towards inclusiveness and diversity, which will enhance the well-being of students themselves since students will be more open to communicating with people from a different background and/or a different culture.

 

Description:

Themed “From Inclusiveness to Well-Being” this year, the Equal Opportunities Awareness Campaign Kick-off Ceremony will feature a series of activities ranging from violin performance, sharing session, and dance performance to busking show.  Students will also be able to meet with personnel with a disability who will share how he regained his momentum in life by learning to play the violin pleasingly.  Much more, students will find themselves being immersed in live dance show and street music.  We will also have game booths, wellness truck, exhibition booths, snack bar and a showcase of the artwork of disabled students, including those of the great personage late Moravia at the Fong Sum Wood Library!  All in all, this is an excellent opportunity for students to meet with other students and people from a diverse background in a relaxed and musical way.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5883

30/3/2020 (Mon)

12:30 - 13:30

Kin Sun Square

Instructor

Lingnan University Equal Opportunities Committee

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

如何防止校園/舍堂性騷擾及香港反歧視法例介紹

Prevention of Sexual Harassment on Campus/in Hostel and Introduction to Anti-discrimination Laws of Hong Kong

 

Objectives:

At the end of the training, students will be able to:

1. Acquire knowledge of what constitutes sexual harassment on campus and in hostel, as well as knowledge of anti-discrimination laws of Hong Kong;

2. Prevent sexual harassment and discrimination; and

3. promote equality and respect among students and staff.

 

Description:

The training will start with a brief overview of the four anti-discrimination ordinances.    Afterwards, the trainer will walk through the definition of sexual harassment, unlawful acts which will be seen as sexual harassment, sexual harassment liabilities and defence, as well as latest research findings of sexual harassment among university students in Hong Kong.  Being equipped with some basic knowledge, students will be further taught skills on how to prevent sexual harassment in the hostel and on campus.  Court cases and videos will be used to facilitate the learning process.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5884

31/3/2020 (Tue)

17:00 - 18:00

MBG12

Instructor

Representative of the Equal Opportunities Commission

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

職業導航及CareER創辦人分享

Career GPS cum Sharing by Founder of CareER

 

Objectives:

At the end of the sharing session, students will be able to:

1. Enhance their understanding of disabilities and SEN, and be equipped with skills to handle people with different needs; and

2. Gain career planning information, which will help them understand questions to be considered upon graduation.

 

Description:

CareER stands for Care in Education and Recruitment. The organisation plays a role in the career development of persons with disabilities and special educational needs (SEN) by helping their transition from university to chosen fields of employment.  The workshop not only will enhance students understanding of disabilities and SEN, but will also provide insight into career path building and planning.  The speaker will also share his own story in different industries, including NGOs, multinational companies, SME and early start-ups.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5885

1/4/2020 (Wed)

14:30 - 15:30

MBG19

Instructor

Mr. Walter TSUI

(Founder of CareER)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

勞工處展能就業科簡介會

Introduction of Services of the Selective Placement Division of the Labour Department

 

Objectives:

At the end of the talk, students will be able to:

1. Enhance the understanding of the working abilities of people with disabilities;

2. Describe the services that are available from the Selective Placement Division of the Labour Department; and

3. Cultivate a positive attitude towards people with disabilities.

 

Description:

The Selective Placement Division of the Labour Department provides free recruitment service to employers and free employment service to job seekers with disabilities, including those with visual impairment, hearing impairment, physical impairment, chronic illness, intellectual disability, ex-mental illness, autism spectrum disorder, specific learning difficulties and attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder.  Its objective is to assist people with disabilities in securing jobs in open employment that best suit their abilities, skills, qualifications and experience, with the ultimate aim of integrating them into the community and helping them to be financially independent.

This talk will be especially useful to students with disabilities.  The speaker of this talk will give a detailed introduction to the services that are available from the Selective Placement Division of the Labour Department.  Special job-hunting skills which are specific to job seekers with disabilities will also be delineated.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5886

3/4/2020 (Fri)

14:30 - 15:30

MBG01

Instructor

Representative of the Selective Placement Division, Labour Department

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1