“To act justly, and love mercy,” this is the value that propelled Unison's founding director, Fermi Wong, to incessantly advocate for ethnic minority residents in Hong Kong. She was awarded the 2012 Hong Kong Humanity Award in recognition of her long term contribution to humanity through serving the vulnerable. Read about the story of Unison and the values of social work in the book chapter by Fermi Wong. (Click to view. In Chinese only)
People are born EQUAL, where no one should be excluded from the equal social participation due to differences in race, culture, language, economic or social status.
We are endeavor in helping the local ethnic minority community in integrating into the Hong Kong society, shoulder the social responsibilities, and access to equal education, employment, legal, housing, social and medical services, and any rights that Hong Kong residents are entitled.
Elimination of racial discrimination
Equal education opportunities
Equal employment & training opportunities
Enhancement of Cultural & racial sensitivity
Equal access to public services
Empowerment & social participation
To promote racial equality
To promote cross-racial and cross-cultural understanding and communications
To provide social services and assist ethnic minority residents in participating in the Hong Kong society
To promote equal access to social services regardless of race
To unite people of different races who share common goals to work together through the participation in volunteer services; and to encourage cross-racial collaboration