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CALL FOR APPLICATION: Clinical Legal Education Programme – Refugee Stream
An opportunity for law students to gain practical legal and advocacy skills in the context of asylum seekers, refugees and other people seeking protection in Hong Kong

Forward the completed Application Form to Ms Lindsay Ernst by 5pm on 28 November 2014

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

NEW CCPL RIGHTS BULLETIN
Volume 3, Issue 2

NEW CCPL OCCASIONAL PAPER
Former Visiting Fellow Stefan Gruber: Perspectives on the Investigation, Prosecution and Prevention of Art Crime in Asia
MYANMAR: RULE OF LAW WORKSHOP - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
CCPL invites applications from those actively involved in the development of the rule of law in Myanmar to participate in a workshop at HKU from 01-05 December 2014
Forward completed applications to Ms L Ernst by 05 September 2014

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CCPL is looking for an Assistant Research Officer

NEW CCPL RIGHTS BULLETIN
Volume 3, Issue 1

NEW CCPL OCCASIONAL PAPER
Former Visiting Student Fellow Vince Wong: Land Policy Reform in China: Dealing with forced Expropriation and the Dual Land Tenure System

 

SEMINAR SERIES
Electing the Next Chief Executive of the HKSAR in 2017: Proposals for Electoral Reform

CCPL IN THE NEWS
Former CCPL Director Carole Petersen discusses public nomination on RTHK - click here to listen

CCPL Article 25 Press Release
Guiding Principles on the Compatibility of Election Mechanisms and Methods with
International Standards (ENG)

CCPL Article 25 Press Release
Guiding Principles on the Compatibility of Election Mechanisms and Methods with
International Standards (CHI)

CCPL IN THE NEWS
CCPL Director Puja Kapai comments on the recent anti-mainland protests in Hong Kong

January 2014 Joint Submission to CEDAW Committee
CCPL has together with 63 NGOs across Hong Kong submitted the joint submission for the CEDAW Committee's information as part of the monitoring process under the CEDAW Mechanism.

NEW PUBLICATION
Reforming Law Reform: Perspectives from Hong Kong and Beyond

Submission to CEDAW pre-sessional working group on the implementation of CEDAW in Hong Kong
CCPL, the Women's Studies Research Centre and the Hong Kong Women’s Coalition on Equal Opportunities (Coalition) worked together on this submission to the CEDAW pre-sessional working group.

SUBMISSION ON RESCUE DRUG TESTING SCHEME
CCPL has submitted a response to the ACAN proposal for new law enforcement powers in relation to drug testing

CCPL COMPARATIVE STUDY ON ANTI-STALKING LEGISLATION
CCPL was recently commissioned by the CMAB to study the experience of overseas jurisdictions in implementing anti-stalking legislation. Read the full report here.

*NEW* POLICY REPORT - ENGLISH
Research Shows a Majority of People in Hong Kong Support Gay and Lesbian Couples’ Rights, Not Necessarily Marriage

*NEW* POLICY REPORT - CHINESE
Research Shows a Majority of People in Hong Kong Support Gay and Lesbian Couples’ Rights, Not Necessarily Marriage


VIDEO: Media Law and Policy in the Internet Age

LATEST MEDIA ADVISORY
Mr. Edward Snowden - 18 June 2013

UPDATED MEDIA ADVISORY
Mr. Edward Snowden - 13 June 2013

MEDIA ADVISORY Mr. Edward Snowden

CCPL Human Rights Portal wins 2013 Faculty KE Award

National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2012 - 2015)

Hong Kong Human Rights Action Plan

Student Editors Wanted

Policing Studies Events

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Latest Events

Public Lecture: Myanmar Rule of Law Workshop Event

The Rule of Law and Development;

Robert San Pe

Monday, 01 December, 2014
14:30pm - 16:30pm
Academic Conference Room
11/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower,
The University of Hong Kong

Public Lecture: Myanmar Rule of Law Workshop Event

Freedom and Fear in Myanmar;

Ian Holliday

Thursday, 04 December, 2014
13:30pm - 14:30pm
7.23,
7/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower,
The University of Hong Kong

Rights Talk POSTPONED

What Public Interest Lawyers Can Learn From Silicon Valley; Rob Precht


Upcoming Events

Public Law Lecture by the Hon Michael Kirby

Myanmar Rule of Law Workshop

International Conference on Chinese as a Second Language Curriculum



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