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A Walk in Community with I·CARE 2023-24 – 2nd Session: “Rehabilitation”

The 2nd session will lead student to SideBySide, offering a unique opportunity to interact with rehabilitated individuals and gain insights into their personal stories. During this visit, you will have the chance to participate in a human library workshop with rehabilitated individuals. Through deep interactions and conversations, you will gain a deeper understanding of their journeys and personal experiences. Additionally, there will be a guided walk in the rehabilitation center, allowing you to learn more about the services provided by SideBySide for rehabilitated individuals.


Details of the event are as follows:

Date: 25th March 2024 (Monday)

Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Location: Chuk Yuen Estate (Wong Tai Sin Station)

Language: Cantonese

Capacity: 30 participants (first-come, first-served basis)

Fee: Free of charge

Online registration: Please click here

Deadline: 17th March 2024 (Sunday)


*SideBySide is dedicated to standing side by side with excluded individuals, providing unwavering support, understanding, and kindness to help them regain a sense of belonging. Their services encompass Social Rehabilitation, Mental Wellness, Competency Development, Community Education, Cultural Inclusion, and Community Connection, with the ultimate goal of promoting social inclusion and offering guidance and acceptance for released prisoners.

*The Human Library is an innovative concept that aims to break down stereotypes and promote understanding through one-on-one conversations. Instead of borrowing books, participants have the opportunity to "borrow" people who have faced various forms of discrimination, prejudice, or unique life experiences. These individuals, known as "human books," share their personal stories, providing readers with the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and gain insights into different perspectives.


We look forward to embarking on this meaningful journey with you and creating a positive impact in our community. For enquiries, please contact Ms. Fion Lee from the Office of Student Affairs at (852) 3943 1595 (phone) or (email).



I‧CARE Centre for Whole-person Development

Student Experience and Development Section

Office of Student Affairs


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