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A Comparative Study on Children's Rights Education: Implications for Policy Reform in Hong Kong
CCPL Director Ms. Puja Kapai, Professor Johan Bacon-Shone, Ms. Annelotte Walsh and Ms. Fay Wong share their research submitted to UNICEF on Children's Rights Education, funded by the Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF and the University of Hong Kong’s Small Project Funding Scheme.

CCPL Op-Ed: Ms. Puja Kapai & Dr. Sherif Elgebeily
In an op-ed entitled "Changing the tune of our calls for democracy in Hong Kong", CCPL Director Puja Kapai and ARO Sherif Elgebeily explore the meaning of democracy in Hong Kong

CCPL Quarterly Newsletter
The CCPL's first Quarterly Newsletter is now out. This edition covers the period from January to March 2015, and contains information on past and future events, current funding, research projects, visiting fellows and CCPL media appearances, as well as Feature Profile interview with Former ECHR Judge Lech Garlicki.

Call for applications: SRA and RA roles
Applications are invited for a full-time position of Senior Research Assistant and two Research Assistants from 1 June 2015 for a period of one month.

CCPL OCCASIONAL PAPER
Bryane Michael, Indira Carr and Donald Bowser: Evidence-Based Law: Using Data to Design and Implement Ethics-Related
Administrative Law

CCPL RESPONSE TO THE EOC DISCRIMINATION LAW REVIEW:
Submission for Public Consultation on the Discrimination Law Review;
Antonio Da Roza, Farzana Aslam and Kelley Loper

CCPL BRIEFING PAPER:
Public Attitudes towards Gays and Lesbians and towards Sexual Orientation Anti-discrimination Legislation;
Kelley Loper, Holning Lau, and Charles Lau

CCPL RIGHTS BULLETIN
Volume 3, Issue 2

CCPL OCCASIONAL PAPER
Former Visiting Fellow Stefan Gruber: Perspectives on the Investigation, Prosecution and Prevention of Art Crime in Asia

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Upcoming Events

'Mind The Culture Gap': Understanding and Appreciating the Role of Culture in Developing Effective Strategies to Respond to Domestic Violence

Sat 24th October, 2015:10:00 - 17:30

Academic Conference Room,

11/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower,

Centennial Campus, HKU

 

Equality and inclusion for Ethnic Minorities in Education: Implications for Hong Kong

Fri 27th - Sat 28th November, 2015 10:00 - 17:30

Academic Conference Room,

11/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower,

Centennial Campus, HKU

 

Recent Events

Judicial Review of Elections in Asia

Fri 3rd July, 2015

 

Freedom of Speech and the Asia Pacific: Does Charlie Hebdo Go Too Far?

Prof. Gillian Triggs

Fri 26th June, 2015

 

Righting Wrongs against Minorities:
the Role of Human Rights Institutions

Prof. Gillian Triggs, Ms. Puja Kapai & Dr. Marco Wan

Fri 26th June, 2015

Video

 

Hochelaga Lecture Series 2015: Lecture 1- Parental Responsibility Disputes in the Australian Family Court: Lessons from a Decade of Reform

Hon. Justice Victoria Bennett

Weds 24th June, 2015

Video

 

Morality and responsibility of rulers: Early modern origins of a rule of law for world order

Fri 12th - Sat 13th June, 2015

 

'We are all foreigners somewhere': South African Refugee Law and Practice

Mr. William Kerfoot

Thurs 4th June, 2015

 

"To Pocket or Not to Pocket" - A Joint CRJ-CCPL Seminar on Hong Kong's Democratic Future

Thurs 28th May, 2015

 

From Impasse to Innovation: In Search of the Middle Ground on Political Reform in Hong Kong

Tues 26 May, 2015

Video

 

International legal developments in respect of anti-corruption regimes and recent case law for bribery offences?

Patrick Duffy

Are the immunities of International Governmental Organisations absolute?

Alex Haines

14th May, 2015

Summary

Video

 

Issue Estoppel under the New York Convention

Hon. Sir Bernard Eder

8th May, 2015

Summary

Video

 

Disability Rights Resource Network Launch

Kelley Loper

7th May, 2015

Video

 

Roundtable on the rights of Migrant Domestic Workers

25th April, 2015


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