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Mr. Chong joined the Institute in 2007. He was graduated at CUHK, major in Government and Public Administration. He studies law at HKU and was admitted as a solicitor since 2000. He obtained a master law degree specialized in human rights. During his legal practice, he dealt with various significant human rights cases, such as defamation: Albert Tse v Paul Tse, right of assembly: HKSAR v Leung Kwok Hung, and family violence: Tin Shui Wai tragedy 2004. Since 2002, Mr. Chong conducted many seminars and workshops on education laws. Since 2004 in CUHK, he taught courses for undergraduates such as “Perspectives on the Basic Law”, “Understanding Human Rights”, “Discrimination and Bias in contemporary society” and “Law and Social Work”. In the Institute, he teaches courses like “Education and Law” and “Rule of Law and HK Legal System”. He was a member of the Centre for Citizenship Education and the Gender Matters Group. He takes part in the Law-related education project and the Basic Law Education project. The latter aimed at providing secondary school teachers with professional support on the teaching of the Basic Law. He was also active in civil society for the advancement of human rights.

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Human rights, Human rights education, Rule of law, Rule of law education, Education law

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In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions


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