The HK Prize – Celebrating Human Rights and Social Justice

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The HK prize is an award that celebrates scientific research with a global impact and encourages young people to pursue science careers. It is one of Asia’s most prestigious awards, drawing thousands of applicants annually and rewarding scientists with a significant monetary prize along with access to Hong Kong’s premier research facilities.

This year, the prize has highlighted a range of individuals who have fought for human rights and social justice. From a student who used technology to assist homeless students to a professor who developed liquid biopsy technology to speed up cancer diagnosis, these winners are inspiring examples of selfless volunteers and good Samaritans making the world a better place. The prize also recognizes a wide range of social innovation and community service initiatives, such as nonprofits that support the elderly or children with special needs and programs to help refugees find homes in Hong Kong.

As the world struggles to find a solution for the plight of migrants, the HK prize continues to highlight how important it is to stand up for our values. By honoring those who have pushed for human rights and a more peaceful world, the prize hopes to inspire others to do the same.

The judges of the HK prize were impressed by the diverse range of submissions, with the shortlist comprising entries on topics as varied as Hong Kong’s food culture, a Hong Kong superhero and an innovative urban planning project. They believe that the winning entry reflects the unique character of Hong Kong, and its ability to inspire new ideas and solutions for the world’s challenges.

Amid a crackdown on freedom and civil society in Hong Kong, 15 prominent academics from 10 countries have joined forces to nominate five imprisoned pro-democracy activists for the Nobel Peace Prize this autumn. The nominations are an effort to draw attention to the efforts of those fighting for democracy, even as Beijing’s authorities impose draconian measures to crush dissent and silence criticism of their rule.

The Hong Kong Film Awards are an annual awards ceremony and competition for independent Chinese-language films produced outside of China, presented by the Hong Kong Federation of Film Producers Associations (HKFPA). The HKFA is a non-profit organization and is funded by donations from film workers and members of the public. Nominees are selected by a panel of experts from around the world. The winner is announced in December each year and awarded a trophy, a certificate and a cheque for US$10,000. In addition, the HKFA has a number of category awards.