Status of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong, 1997-2014

 

Author: Puja Kapai 

Title: Status of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong, 1997-2014

Publication venue: Report  

Date: 2015

Summary: 

The Status of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong, 1997 to 2014" was commissioned by The Zubin Foundation’s Shalini Mahtani and conducted by Puja Kapai, at-the-time Director at the University of Hong Kong’s Centre for Comparative and Public and Law and current WSRC Convenor. 

The Status of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong, 1997 to 2014" is the first report on ethnic minorities across all areas of life, from crime and health to employment and education, and has been compiled, synthesized and interpreted by Puja Kapai.

The objective of this Report is to identify the existing research material pertaining to ethnic minorities in Hong Kong from after the handover until 2014 and to compile, interpret and analyse the research with a view to developing a broad picture of the situation of ethnic minorities in Hong Kong in key areas of life. The Report seeks to understand the background, opportunities for development, enrichment, education and employment and social, health and family life provisions in relation to the ethnic minorities of Hong Kong.

 

 

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Research Impact 

  • The research served as the foundation for a range of stakeholder engagements, policy recommendations, future studies, and impactful intervention projects.