Meet The Team
LTRHK Ambassador Team
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Our ambassador research topics range from children's rights to Maslow Hierarchy Of Needs, we publish them on a weekly basis (on our website).
Housing shortage in Hong Kong has been a problem for years, but what exactly is it? Click to learn more!
By Calissa Poon
War issues has been discussed internationally recently, but do you know about the minority people under these wars?By Lee Hok Lam
Learn about the difficulties and causes of physical disabled people in HK!
By Torres Cheung
After learning about some of the children rights, let's continue exploring some other fundamental children rights!
By Edwin Sy
One of LTRHK's main aim is to promote CHILDREN RIGHTS, how much do you know about that?
By Claresta Khoo
Find out why quality education is important and what the government can possibly do to help out!
By Clarisse Poon
What inequalities are there in our society? Check this out to know more!
By Casey Lee
Imagine 3 children squeezed into a tiny room sleeping on the same bed. Click to view and learn more about families living under the poverty line!
Amid this pandemic, many have been affected. From workers from the tertiary industry to students without electronic devices...
Let's learn more about Poverty Under Covid!
By Lee Hok Lam
Say 'NO' to poverty! Learn about more the severe poverty issues in different countries.
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs — How can this be reflected on the homeless? #Part 2
By Clarisse Poon
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs — How can this be reflected on the homeless?
#part 3-belonging and love needs
By Poon Calissa
Homelessness is a very serious problem around the world. Mental Health disorders can cause and be caused by Homelessness, and can lead to grave consequences like abuse of drugs or suicide.
#part 1-physiological needs
#part 5-self-actualisation needs
Learn more about the intellectually disabled children!
To reach all these SDGs / SDG targets, its important to gather the strength of different people, from the government, NGOs with different aims, to youth organisations.
By Christy Heidi Lie