‘for every child, we listen’ TV Programme

‘For every child, we listen’ children's radio programme co-produced by UNICEF HK and RTHK have successful nurtured an energetic group of junior DJs aged from 8 to 17 during December 2021 and September 2022. They also take a leap up to another level by becoming junior hosts of TV Programme, express their views and explore different issues related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Children’s Rights in front of camera. Government officials and stakeholders from different sectors are invited to interact with junior hosts or respond to their questions. This TV programme not only allows our junior hosts to understand different facets of our society and the world, but also empowers children to speak up and be heard.


8 episodes of TV Programme will be aired at 5:50pm every Wednesday on RTHK TV 31, starting from 19 October 2022. Junior hosts will explore different education and social issues under the lead of RTHK programme hosts Robin and Ruby.


Programme Objectives

  • From Children’s Perspectives: By working hand-in-hand with local welfare organizations and TV station partner, the Programme builds a participation platform for children to express their opinions on issues they care about.
  • Let Children’s Voice Be heard: To provide an opportunity for the general public to listen to children’s voices and raise their awareness towards children’s rights and related issues.
  • Strength Self-confidence of Children: Participants were provided with training such as public speaking and communication skills to enhance their technique and knowledge.


Programme Contents

Topic of each episode will be related to different educational and social issues, which includes:

Cherish Your Food

Eating is quintessential to children's growth. Hong Kong is an affluent city with so many food choices on offer. In fact, over 3,350 tonnes of leftovers food which accounts for one-third of local landfill waste are produced everyday. How do our next generation think about food? How will they reduce wastes in their daily lives?

Our School Environment

Students spend most of their school lives in campus. Innovative school design shall incorporate sustainable development concept, provide more recreational and themed spaces, and even change ambiance of classrooms. How do students think of their school environment now? What are their needs? What are their imaginations of a perfect school campus?

Let's Go Out and Play!

Playground holds a special place in everyone’s childhood memory. UNICEF HK advocates that every child should have at least 1-hour free play time every day. Playing games can develop children's minds, it is essential to early childhood's development. How do children feel about playgrounds? Do they think the facilities have satisfied their needs?

Let's Voice Out and Pursue Dreams

Adolescence is the time to start planning for the future. Decisions such as choosing subjects in secondary schools and university are related to one's future career path. How do youngsters explore their dream career? What will they do to achieve their goals?

Be an Archaeologist

Have you ever written essay about “My Dream” when you were young? Dreams may motivate children to keep learning and make the dream comes true. Apart from school lessons, how can they explore their dreams? How can they learn knowledge related to their dreams?

A Breath of Fresh Air

Urban air quality is getting worse, and there is no escape from its impacts whether we are indoor or outdoor. The United Nations has raised 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and one of them aims to reduce impact to human caused by air pollution. Are they aware of air pollution issue? What are the impacts on them?

Getting into the nature

Hong Kong is a vibrant city with beautiful natures and rich ecosystems. There are many conservation zones and parks to protect our biodiversity, such as Mai Po Nature Reserve, Geopark and different kinds of museum. How can children care about the nature? Do they think Hong Kong has sufficient conservation related amenities?

Unleash Your Creativity

The government promotes creative culture to foster sustainable development of Hong Kong. Children are endowed with creative minds. How can our children apply creative ideas to make lives more enjoyable? What can they do to help others?