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Joint University Mental Wellness Project (JUMP) is a UGC-funded joint-university project to promote mental health and wellbeing of university students. The project is jointly launched by the City University of Hong Kong, the University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Baptist University of Hong Kong, and Education University of Hong Kong from 2017-2020. To present and consolidate the activities and research findings of the project, an online international conference on “Diverse Practices in Positive Education” will be held in 21-22 Aug, 2020.

The conference aims to share different practices of positive education in the local and global context. Overseas experts from the University of Melbourne and National Taiwan University, principals and teachers of local primary and secondary schools, academics from different universities, and social workers from different social welfare agencies will present their positive education projects in the conference. You are cordially invited to join the online conference and share your views.

For registration details, please refer to the below link https://rb.gy/ka7a3l  For any enquiries, please feel free to contact Kelly Chan (Phone:9727 8071; Emailwlchan62@cityu.edu.hk) or Naki Tsang (Phone:92939445; Emailnakitsang@hotmail.com) 

Looking forward to your participation in the conference!