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TWF is proud to be the Supporting Organisation of the Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015. The Inaugural Forum was organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) in 2014, and had overwhelmingly positive response from the more than 400 young entrepreneurs from over 22 countries and regions.
You are invited to join a free screening of a segment of Half the Sky - Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. The event will be joined by Su-Mei Thompson to lead a discussion after the screening over some wine and nibbles.
Last October, the EDiversity team of parents brought many alternatives to mainstream education at the “We Need Choices” conference. This year they are presenting the topic “We Need a Break!” - what are some of the choices parents have within the highly competitive mainstream education system?
Greater China Talent Management Summit 2015, now in its 10th year, is a platform for HR professionals to share insights, knowledge and tools on talent management.
This series of interactive workshops will provide attendees with a clear understanding of what Strategic Community Investment entails, how to go about it and how to measure and report on its outcomes and impact.
Big business can help put an end to human trafficking. Andrew Forrest, Chairman, Fortescue Metals Group Limited and Founder of Walk Free Foundation, will discuss the issues with Monique Villa, CEO of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Nick Grono, CEO of the Freedom Fund, at Trust Forum Asia on June 17.
Many sectors are now focusing on how to attract, retain and promote women into leadership roles. But how do we make the effort more effective?
A look at private sector engagement on the UNWomen #HeforShe campaign and what this means for gender inclusion in Asia.
TWF is delighted to be the curatorial advisor to TEDxWanChaiWomen which will be taking place on May 31. The theme for this highly anticipated event is "Momentum" in line with the TEDWomen 2015 global conference from May 27 to 29.
Returning to work after an extended career break can be a daunting prospect. As part of Morgan Stanley's ongoing efforts to support experienced professionals throughout the various stages of their careers, the Firm is running the Return To Work Program Hong Kong, a paid 12-week internship for professionals who have taken a career break and are looking to re-enter the workforce on a permanent basis.