CCAC extends deadline for “Promoting Honesty” video contest targeting secondary school students


The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) extends the “Promoting Honesty” video contest targeting secondary students until 15th January 2016. After hearing the opinions of some schools and teachers about the benefits of extending the video submission deadline so that students are able to have more leisure time to shoot and create short video clips, the CCAC decided to extend the deadline from 30th October 2015 to 15th January 2016, with the aim to encourage students to promote the values of honesty and integrity in their creative works. The list of awards will be uploaded to the CCAC’s website in March 2016 and winning students will be notified about prize collection. The “Promoting Honesty” video contest for secondary students features two categories of participants, namely Junior Secondary Group and Senior Secondary Group. Students, who can participate individually or in small groups, are required to, via the use of video cameras, cameras or mobile phones, shoot a one to three minute video with such optional themes as “fair competition”, “values about money”, “honesty and loyalty”, “incorruptibility” or “trustworthiness”. Not more than 15 entries will be selected from each of the two groups, and those shortlisted will go on to compete for the Champion, 1st runner-up, 2nd runner-up, Merit Awards and a Most Popular Video award in their respective group. For details please browse the CCAC’s website or refer to the contest rules. Enquiry hotline: 2832 6300.

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