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Oxfam Hong Kong's Interactive Education Centre (IEC) is a carefully constructed environment for young people to explore poverty and development issues in various simulated and stimulating settings, such as a factory and a refugee camp; aiming to nurture young people with the knowledge, ability and value as global citizens to combat poverty and injustice.

Main Topics

  • Local Poverty
  • Globalisation and International Trade
  • Sustainable Development and Livelihood
  • Conflicts and Multi-cultures

To download booklet for 2018/19 workshops (Chinese only)

To download leaflet for a World Without Poverty Series  (English only)

For Programmes details, please click here 

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For Ages 10-20, and more!

IEC concentrates on students aged 10 to 20, yet we welcome adult to join! From time to time, we run interesting activities for particular groups of target, such as parent-and-kids workshop, corporate staff training, meeting educators from around the world, and special workshops for teachers /facilitators.


A World Without Poverty Series 

It aims to help students at international and non-Chinese speaking schools explore the systemic issues that fuel inequality in greater depth.

We offer a range of options to suit your needs: from talks to interactive workshops that explore the issues that Oxfam works on.

Please read the following leaflet to find out more about these options and how your school can be a part of the fight against poverty. If you have any enquiries, please contact Priscilla Lin at 3120-5291 or

Click here for more workshops' video

Opening Hours (Appointment required)

Monday to Friday: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm; 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: CLOSED
(Workshops outside of opening hours can be arranged)

Contact us

Address (map): 
9/F China United Centre, 28 Marble Road, North Point, Hong Kong 
Telephone: (852) 3120 5180
Facsimile: (852) 2527 6213

Youth see the world a little differently at the Interactive Education Centre.
Photo: Liu Wai Tong