EdUHK Study: Over half of the Hong Kong population support Rights of Abode for asylum-seekers’ and refugee children
According to a survey conducted by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), over half of the Hong Kong Chinese support rights of abode for the asylum-seeker and refugee children. And almost 60% of the respondents urged the Hong Kong government to improve its human rights policy. It implies human rights is a concerned subject to the Hong Kong people.
Dr Isabella Ng, Assistant Professor at the Department of Asian and Policy Studies is the Principal Investigator of the survey.
From Left to Right: Dr Alex Chan Lih Shing, Dr Isabella Ng Fung Sheung and Mr Andy Wong Kwun Nang
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Here from RTHK Hong Kong Today.