THE WANDERING VOICE
The Wandering Voice is a social enterprise based in Hong Kong, dedicated to promote employability, competitiveness and upward mobility of marginalized communities, especially vulnerable youth through our innovative programs.
We come from different backgrounds, but with a common goal to connect different stakeholders and provide opportunities to those in need. As youth ourselves, we want to create a community where young people can belong to, and inspire more to establish social impact for the society.
In Hong Kong, around 7% of the population are ethnic minorities born and raised here. However, due to different reasons, such as culture, educational resources, social prejudice, and economic conditions, opportunities of youths in education and career are limited. Therefore, we are creating a talent hub where youths potential are nurtured and developed, and building long-term support and mentorship for them.
Over 600 people have benefited from our Social Awareness Programs
More that 20 Ethnic Minorities had participated as program instructors with us.
Our members spoke about racial discrimination and social entrepreneurship at
UN and UNESCO
We Spoke To legislatures and Chief executive of Hong Kong.
We are a culturally diverse group of people with first-hand experiences in the system and personal connections to those within the academia field, businesses and minority groups.
Content Strategist, Community Director
Suski was the Hong Kong representative to the UN in 2018, speaking on racial discrimination at the conference.
She has over 4 years of experience in advocacy for minority rights and directed a documentary that humanised the depiction of Nepalese drug addicts.