“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.
Co-prototyping Future Classroom: Social Innovation and Design Thinking for 21st Century Learning
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 uncertainties and...
Community Planning for an Age-friendly Community
"One from Hundred Thousand" Social Innovation Symposium Season 11 “Community Planning for an Age-friendly Community”... Read More
Enabling Smart Ageing with Health and Building Data
With technological advancement, extensive efforts have been made to explore innovative and smart solutions to tackle... Read More
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