HRIC submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers, Mr. Diego García-Sayán, as input into a report he will present to the Human Rights Council in its 50th session in June 2022 (HRC50).
Click to see other UN statements on Hong Kong, under “Related Resources.”
The 3-day conference organized by Disruption Network Lab will explore:
Day 1: Keynote by Sharon Hom: “Deconstructing China’s Party-State Narratives: Why It Matters and What We Can Do” (Friday, Oct 1, 16:10–17:30, CET/10:10-11:30AM, ET)
Day 2: Keynote by Jack Poulson, Ex. Dir., Tech Inquiry, US (Saturday, Oct 2, 18:30–20:00, CET/2:30-4PM, ET)
Conf. panelists to include:
Arslan Hidayat (Uyghur rights activist, AU)
Badiucao (Cartoonist and activist, CH/AU, on video)
Ray Wong (Hong Kong activist, founder of Hong Kong Indigenous, HK/DE)
Glacier Chung Ching Kwong (Hong Kong political & digital rights activist, PhD student in law, U. of Hamburg, HK/DE)
Maya Wang (Senior China researcher, Human Rights Watch)
HRIC is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights. Great opportunity for a JD or LLM seeking practical experience in international human rights work focused on mainland China and Hong Kong. Deadline: November 19, 2021.
Panel I: Beijing’s Assertion of “Comprehensive Jurisdiction” over Hong Kong
Panel II: The CCP’s Control of Markets and Data
Administration Panel: Administration Views on U.S. Export Controls
Panel III: Assessing Export Controls and Foreign Investment Review