This month, we will be publishing a children's storybook called "Thank you, Auntie" illustrated and written by CIS students!
The book is about educating children and teaching them to appreciate the migrant workers living alongside them.
Contact us for more information! Order books directly with us.
This May, COEXIST is holding an art competition! The art exhibition will be held at K11 and will showcase short stories, articles, poems, paintings and many more inspired by this quote!
Let's come together to celebrate our talented artists and empower the migrant worker community! Stay tuned for details!
We will also be hosting Mental Health Introductory sessions for local Non-Government Organizations. If you are interested in participating, keep an eye out for updates about future sessions!
Session 1: 21st March 2021
In the meantime, check out the short film "YAYA": Sacrifice of Domestic Workers Documentary by Justin Cheung on Youtube.
Free Session on Financial Literacy
COEXIST is offering FREE Introductory session on financial literacy for any domestic worker in our CIS community interested in overcoming financial difficulties and achieving their goals!
Domestic workers work so very hard to provide for their own families. This would be a great opportunity for domestic workers to get an introduction as to how financial literacy works and how important it is! Through this, we hope to empower them to be financially independent and be able to plan for their own and their family’s future!
With roughly 83% of domestic workers in some level of debt, they are often burdened by many financial obstacles. On top of that, the COVID-19 situation has definitely made it harder to stay financially afloat, which is why financial literacy is so very important!
NGO Enrich HK will be leading an introduction session on financial literacy.
Please sign up in the following link or through the link in our bio!
First session: May 13, 2021, 11 am - 12 pm, online (zoom link will be sent later)!
Mental Health Introductory Session
On the 21st of March, Coexist hosted the first mental health introductory session for local non-government organizations! The session was conducted over zoom and was quite successful!
If you are interested in participating in future sessions or other Coexist events, refer to the upcoming events page for updates.
Registration details are on the poster on the left.
Christmastime Virtual Kitchen 🎄
To celebrate Christmas, COEXIST hosted a Virtual Kitchen where the participants learned how to make a Filipino and an Indonesian dish, taught by two fellow domestic workers of the CIS community!
This activity was done in collaboration with Enrich who also joined us at the event! Enrich is a local NGO that aims to empower migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong with the tools to overcome financial difficulties and achieve their goals and dreams.
The virtual kitchen session was a great success and helped students, parents, aunties, teachers and more bond on the special occasion!
Check out some photos from the event below and join our mailing list to hear about future COEXIST events!