Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong
Chandran Nair
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Chandran Nair

Hong Kong’s young people can be trusted with the city’s future. Give them a stake, and a chance

  • The city needs economic diversification, and young Hongkongers can play an active part in its development through sharing the responsibility for change
  • But there need to be more avenues where they can set the agenda and determine priorities for the good of their neighbourhoods and districts

Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong must start to share the responsibility for youth development with the city’s young people. Photo: Winson Wong
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Chandran Nair

Chandran Nair

Chandran Nair is the founder of the Global Institute for Tomorrow and member of the Club of Rome. He is also the author of The Sustainable State: The Future of Government, Economy and Society