WELCOME to the

HUMAN RIGHTS HUB

at The Faculty of Law
The University of Hong Kong
 

ABOUT US

A centre for Human Rights learning, research and knowledge exchange related to human rights within Hong Kong, the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
 
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OUR MISSION

We strive to...

knowledge exchange

academic support

research activities

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AWARENESS

OUR TEAM

KELLEY LOPER

Director (CCPL)

Co-Director (LLM in Human Rights)

kloper@hku.hk

LINDSAY ERNST

Associate Director (CCPL)

Co-Director (LLM in Human Rights)

Lecturer in Human Rights Experiential Learning

lernst@hku.hk

KAREN KONG

Deputy Director (LLM in Human Rights)

kykong@hku.hk

LYDIA CHOI

Assistant Research Officer in Human Rights

lwychoi@hku.hk

SHELLEY LEUNG

Research ​Assistant

shelwh@hku.hk

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OUR HISTORY

The Human Rights Hub has updated and extended the content previously available on the Human Rights Portal, a project initiated by Professor Simon N. M. Young on 15 October 2012 and supported by a grant from the Knowledge Exchange Funding Scheme at the University of Hong Kong.

 

The Hub aims to compile and share human rights knowledge generated by scholars within the Faculty of Law and across other disciplines at the University of Hong Kong.

 

OUR PARTNERS

The Human Rights Hub is grateful for the support from and collaboration with our partners.

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OUR RESEARCH

RESEARCH CLUSTERS
International Human Rights Law
Basic Law & The Bill of Rights
Children's Rights
Criminal Justice
Disability Rights
Economic & Social Rights
Environmental Rights
Gender: LGBT+ Rights
Gender: Women & Equality
Migration
Race & Diversity
Rights of Older Persons
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Human Rights Hub

Centre for Comparative and Public

Faculty of Law

The University of Hong Kong

 

This project is supported by the HKU Knowledge Exchange Fund granted by the University Grants Committee.