The Committee on Services for Youth at Risk (CSYR), set up in 1993, is a forum to facilitate multi-disciplinary, cross-sectoral, cross-bureaux/departments’ co-ordination and collaboration to enhance services for young people. It meets regularly to examine current youth issues and recommend measures to address the changing and multifarious needs of young people as well as to enhance interfacing at service policy and working level. CSYR is chaired by the Director of Social Welfare, with members from Labour and Welfare Bureau, Security Bureau, Home and Youth Affairs Bureau, Education Bureau, Hong Kong Police Force, Department of Health, Social Welfare Department, Action Committee Against Narcotics, Committee on Home-school Co-operation, tertiary academic institution, education sector, Non-governmental Organisations and a youth representative.
Membership List of CSYR can be downloaded here:
Agenda and minutes of the 47th Meeting of the Committee on Services for Youth at Risk can be downloaded here: