Currently, one in six of us is aged 65 or above in Hong Kong. This ratio will increase to one in three by 2040. How will this demographic shift transform the way our society functions? How can governments, civil society and businesses equip themselves for this change? Most importantly, do we see this shift as an opportunity or as a problem to solve?
In this two-day immersive workshop, you will learn from case studies how different countries are preparing themselves to this shift in their society. You will meet local social innovators and learn about their solutions to ageing. Using Design Thinking, participants will then get a chance to bring your knowledge together to design potential solutions to the challenges of our collective future.
Opened in 2012, the Good Lab is a social innovation consultancy and co-working space that has provided both a home and network for social innovators to thrive. Embracing the spirit of collaboration, we work across the sectors of government, civil society and business, connecting allies and partners to co-create a more inclusive and equal Hong Kong.
We curate bespoke inspirational training programs to empower organisations to think more innovatively through design thinking and encourage the collaboration between different sectors for social impact. Over the past 6 years, we have worked with over 50+ organisations, helping them understand societal challenges and how they can play in active part in being part of the solution.
Beyond training, we also work hand in hand with various organisations across Hong Kong to realise social innovation and change directly in their community. Our past clients and partners include Civil Service Training and Development Institute, Covestro, Google, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, MakerBay, MTR Corporation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong.
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