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Big congrats to “Blue Bus – Sharing of LOVE” project” on winning the KF Recognition Award 2019

“Blue Bus – Sharing of LOVE” project” aims to provide comprehensive service support for the families of rehabilitated offenders or people under prosecution, in order to facilitate a healthy living environment for the children, improve parent-child attachment, children’s personal and social development, and quality of childcare. The project was honoured by Keswick Foundation with the best service project of the year and was awarded the "KF Recognition Award 2019". The successful project was indebted to the unwavering support from our colleagues and different parties.

The purpose of the Keswick Foundation Recognition Award is to raise the profile of the particular NGO, its project and the team involved, as well as to encourage NGOs to develop their capacity-building skills in the Hong Kong community. In choosing the award winner, the KF looks at quality of work, quantity of work, project management, and communication, as well as project budgeting and sustainability.

It's a distinct honor to receive “KF Recognition Award 2019”. We will continue to make persistent efforts to provide appropriate services to vulnerable communities in need, and strive to build up a safe and inclusive society.

 
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SRACPOLOGY


Sracpology is a research bulletin with a threefold purpose: to build and disseminate local knowledge and wisdom; to promote evidence-based practice and social impact assessment on frontline practices; and to create a platform for sharing, cross-fertilisation and stimulation among various stakeholders of crime prevention and rehabilitation of marginalised persons in Hong Kong.

For this year, the third issue of Sracpology focuses on the topic of “Breakthrough Margin”. Prof. Kevin Cheng Kwook-yin, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Law from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Mr. Keith Wong Tsz-wai, the former Chief Officer of the Social Development from the Hong Kong Council of Social Service are invited to share their spectacular point of view. This issue would lead readers towards the marginalised groups’ world through the perspectives of social practices, academics and research studies. It is rich with articles covering various topics, the highlights are as follows:

.Understanding the obstacles, social welfare and support service to the livelihood among ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
.Labelling theory and stigma related to criminal behaviours – Once a criminal, always a criminal?
.The dual disadvantaged group – Recidivism prevention for the ethnically diverse ex-offenders

We hope that readers can experience the living environment of the marginalised persons in Hong Kong from different perspectives, as well as their life circumstances and daily challenges, so as to understand the needs of their rehabilitation support, and the importance of preventing them from committing crimes.

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