James CHAN Kin-sing
Master of Public Policy, University of Oxford
James works at the Policy, Research and Training Division of the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), an independent statutory body implementing the anti-discrimination ordinances in Hong Kong. He works on the anti-sexual harassment and disability portfolio at the EOC, he is now conducting a large-scale study to understand the prevalence of sexual harassment on university campuses, as well as students’ views and opinions on the matter. Previously, James worked at United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Beijing, focusing primarily on access to justice, urbanization, and other international development issues. He co-founded an NGO, We Care, which aims at bridging gaps between ethnicities, promoting multiculturalism and debunking traditional racial stereotypes in Hong Kong. James obtained his MPP degree from the University of Oxford in 2014 and he is now studying for a LLM degree in Human Rights at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree double majoring in Politics and Public Administration and Journalism from HKU.