Voices for the Planet Challenge 2024

Theme: Magic Wings

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we protect
what we love

Educating and inspiring the young through music and the arts are at the core of our strategy for making an impact. Our Voices for the Planet (V4TP) education programs inspire young people to love and protect wildlife and biodiversity by creating their own wildlife artworks in different art forms including drawing, writing, photography, videography, and music (vocal & instrumental).

 

Schools with the Most Entries

1st

Maryknoll Fathers’ School (Secondary Section)

2nd

Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong

3rd

翰華堂藝術中心

5th

S.K.H. Yan Laap Memorial Primary School

4th

Oxbridge School

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5 art forms & challenges

draw

draw

Draw a poster about winged animals or insects and bugs with wings
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write

write

Create original story about winged animals or insects and bugs with wings
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videograph

videograph

Create a video about winged animals or insects and bugs with wings
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photograph

photograph

Take a photograph of winged animals or insects and bugs with wings
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music

vocal or
instrument

Sing a song or play an instrument about winged animals or insects and bugs with wings
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special category

ocean

Create a digital art piece about an endangered sea creature
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past challenge winners

Voices for the Planet Challenge (competition) focuses on creativity and biodiversity through the arts and developing compassion towards wild animals and nature. We encourage all to rethink the relationship we have with wild animals and the natural world.

participating schools

Since 2020, we’ve worked with 128 schools and education institutes from Hong Kong, Mainland China, the United Kingdom, and Australia

supporting organizations

A Plastic Ocean Foundation (APO) is a charitable organization registered in Hong Kong, dedicated to creating a wave of change to stop plastic pollution and to be part of the solution through science, education, and policy advocacy. APO is a group of dedicated scientists, educators, social entrepreneurs, scholars, and journalists who are concerned about the fragile state of our ocean and are working together with other NGOs and the community to change attitudes towards plastic in one generation.

Chatteris Educational Foundation was established in 1990 as a registered non-profit charitable organization. Join Chatteris on its mission to enhance the English proficiency of young people, empowering them for success and promoting cultural understanding.

Located in the heart of Hong Kong, the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has a well-earned reputation as an innovative hub for research and professional education and for addressing global issues and empowering positive change.

Encompass HK is a social enterprise that offers training and consultancy services to educate and support organizations to be more diversified and inclusive, including meeting global standards e.g. sustainable development goals (SDGs). Encompass HK serves the community by supporting different social causes and NGOs financially as well as through a collaborative model while delivering our SDG programs.

Hong Kong Shark Foundation (HKSF) is a registered charity dedicated exclusively to shark conservation. We aim to raise awareness about shark conservation, particularly the unsustainable practice of shark finning, and to reduce consumption of shark products in Hong Kong.

Lingnan University (LU) is a liberal arts university in Hong Kong with the longest established tradition among the local institutions of higher education. The University’s history dates back to 1888. LU is a global leader in quality education. It ranks first for “International Faculty”, “Inbound Exchange Students” and “Outbound Exchange Students” in QS Asia University Rankings 2021; ranks third for “Quality Education” in THE University Impact Rankings 2021, and ranks 33rd for “International Faculty” in QS World University Rankings 2022.

Bringing education equity requires long term and sustainable solutions from all sectors. Teach for Hong Kong‘s program aims to bring systemic changes over the long run while in the short run directly impacting underprivileged students.

The Zubin Foundation is a registered charity in Hong Kong dedicated to improve the lives of Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities by reducing suffering and providing opportunities.

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How would you like to support us?

If you are an expert we would love to host workshops and have you share your knowledge with our team

If you would like to support us financially with our Voices for the Planet challenge please click here