The Application of the Anti-Discrimination Legislation, by Kelley Loper, 2011
Discrimination Law, by Kelley Loper, 2010
Language Rights in Education: A Study of Hong Kong's Linguistic Minorities by Sarah Carmichael, November 2009
Race and Equality: A Study of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong's Education System by Kelley Loper, February 2004
Hong Kong's 'Embarrassing' Racial Attitudes, by Te-Ping Chen, The Wall Street Journal, 23 March 2012
SUBMISSIONS TO GOVERNMENT
Submission to the UN Committee to End Racial Discrimination (CERD), by Kelley Loper, August 2009
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
Promoting Racial Harmony? Hong Kong's Race Discrimination Bill in International and Comparative Perspective, 31 March 2007.
Equal Opportunities, Disparate Impact, And Law against Racial Discrimination, 26 January 2005.
RIGHTS TALK SERIES
HONG KONG HUMAN RIGHTS ACTION PLAN
CCPL’s Hong Kong Human Rights Action Plan consisted of all of the current recommendations to Hong Kong from UN human rights bodies. There are 145 recommendations dating back to 2005. While some of these recommendations have already been addressed, many still require attention and effective measures that come from better policy-making and new thinking. The Action Plan highlights those human rights areas where Hong Kong is weak. If you are a Chinese male adult resident, you are unlikely to suffer much by way of human rights violations. The Action Plan shows that it is the most vulnerable members of our society who are in need of protection. These include women, children, non-residents, ethnic minorities, asylum seekers, and human trafficking victims. It is here that Hong Kong falls below international standards.