“One from Hundred Thousand” — a series of participatory symposia and workshops open to the public to collect views on social issues, facilitate discussion and co-create solutions. JCDISI names the platform as “One from Hundred Thousand” based on the belief that if one person from every 100,000 people (i.e. 70+ persons from the 7 million+ population of Hong Kong) can sit together and contribute their time, passion, knowledge and creativity, they can innovate solutions for a specific problem.
Community Planning for an Age-friendly Community
In light of the alarming issue of double ageing (ageing population and building stock), how could we create an inclusive and supportive...
Children’s Well-being in Subdivided Units
How could we mobilise available social resources from across various sectors to effectively and sustainably improve the... Read More
Intergenerational Community in a Vertical City
A high-density compact city may not necessarily promote beneficiary community interaction. Hong Kong is in the trend of... Read More
Transitional Social Housing – Deliver with Expediency & Decency
Following the Season 1 Transitional Social Housing Symposium, this season aims to explore further on the issue of... Read More
Education for a complex future
Season 12 : Co-prototyping Future Classroom: Social Innovation and Design Thinking for 21st Century Learning
In the face of the ever-changing global shift, how can we equip students the competencies to navigate through such... Read More