“Youth Integrity Fest” Programme is launched by the Youth and Moral Education Office of the Community Relations Department of the ICAC. The Programme spreads across the 2017/18 academic year and its main targets are youngsters at different stages of schooling.
The Programme is part of the “All for Integrity” multi-year territory-wide programme aiming at sustaining and passing on the probity values to people from different walks of life, including young people.
Wrap-up video of “Youth Integrity Fest” Programme
Collaborative art project for primary students: Curated by an artist with disability, a collaborative art installation comprising over 10,000 art pieces with integrity message contributed by primary students will be set up in June 2018.
Photo-taking activity for secondary students: Secondary students are invited to take photographs on integrity theme and a collage of all photographs will be displayed in June 2018. Sharing sessions by a photographic artist with disability are arranged for secondary school students.
ICAC Ambassador Programme for tertiary students: Campus activities at all tertiary education institutions are organised by tertiary students to display their understanding of integrity in their very own way.
Highlight event “Youth Integrity Fest” (17.6.2018 at Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre): A fun-filled event with creative handicraft activities, performance, collaborative art installation, a collage of photographs with integrity messages, VR (Virtual Reality) / AR (Augmented Reality) games and interactive module on anti-corruption theme, and many more……
The idea and design of the Programme is based on the following four beliefs: Integrity, Creativity, Art and Collaboration.
Young people have not come across the bad old days where corruption was rampant and may not envisage the sufferings it could cause to the society. It is therefore important to promote the core value of probity among our younger generation to better prepare them to resist the temptation of corruption in future.
Through engaging activities, opportunities are provided for young people to consolidate their commitment to upholding the values of integrity throughout the process.
Knowing the characteristics of young people with a passion for creativity, the Programme taps their talents and innovative mind to design activities appealing to youngsters.
The Programme provides a platform for our young partners, namely ICAC Ambassadors and “i-League” members from tertiary education institutions, “i-Teen leaders” from senior secondary schools, and members of the Youth Chapter of the ICAC Club, to combine creativity and integrity education and show their commitment in integrity building.
Art has no limits, and is welcome by people of all age and background. The Programme conveys positive values such as integrity to the youth through artistic activities, e.g. handicraft fair and workshop.
Integrity messages will be expressed in different art creation (e.g., painting, photography and performing art) through the perspectives of the youngsters.
Each small piece of art work, carrying an important integrity message of its own, will be assembled and exhibited as collaborative art piece.
The upholding of the core value of integrity is also a collaborative effort. From individuals to families, schools, organisations, and eventually the entire community, it takes the perpetual and concerted efforts of all to strengthen our integrity culture.
To engage more young people to participate in the ICAC’s corruption prevention work so as to pass on the probity culture to next generation through popular creative art activities;
To further explore the talents of our young partners, namely ICAC Ambassadors and “i-League” members from tertiary education institutions, “i-Teen leaders” from senior secondary schools and members of the Youth Chapter of the ICAC Club with a view to securing their continuous support in the anti-corruption cause through diversified channels; and
To enlist public support, especially among the young people, for the work of the ICAC.
For enquiries, please contact Youth & Moral Education Office of the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Telephone: 2826 3393 / 2826 3387