The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has been implementing the anti-discrimination laws over the last 20 years, since it was established in 1996. For the last two decades, the EOC has strived to promote equal opportunities and eliminate discrimination on different grounds. We invite you to participate in our "Equal Opportunities Multimedia Competition", and share with us your views about equal opportunities, social inclusion and cultural diversity through different platforms by the theme "Past and Future: Advancing Equal Opportunities in Hong Kong".

Competition Formats

1. Short Video Competition
2. Photo Competition
3. Poster Competition

1. Short Video Competition
Champion: Harmony Life (Wong Hok Man)
First runner-up: Flow Centre (Tsang Timothy Tin Kei)
Second runner-up: Hamza (Ho King Lok)

2. Photo Competition
Champion: Sakura Festival (Yeung Wah Hing)
First runner-up: A Life with Strength (Tsui Piu)
Second runner-up: Equality in Children's eyes (Wong Kar Chun)

3. Poster Competition
Champion: Next Station: Equality (Ng Tsz Yin)
First runner-up: Advancing Equal Opportunities (Lam Hiu Kwan)
Second runner-up: Patchwork Quilt (Hui Natalie Lok Yan)

Remarks:
  • Notification letters will be sent to individual winners.
  • All entries must be original.
  • All submitted entries will not be returned.
  • The organizer reserves the right to use any video/photo/poster for non-profit publications, duplications and publicity and no prior notification nor requests would be given.
  • The organizer reserves the right to reject or disqualify any entries. The decision of the judges shall be final.
  • The organizer reserves the right to amend the rules and regulations of the competition without prior notification.
  • The information collected from this form will be used for purposes related to the "Equal Opportunities Multimedia Competition".
  • In accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, entrants have the right to access, amend, and ask for a copy of their personal data contained in this form. If entrants wish to exercise such right, please contact the Equal Opportunities Commission.