INTERNATIONAL human rights body Amnesty International, hit by a cash crisis in Hongkong, is considering funding a permanent ''resource centre'' in the territory to deal with Hongkong and China issues. According to the chairman of the organisation's international executive committee Mr Ross Daniels, a full-time co-ordinator - to be funded from London - would probably be employed by the movement, with an explicit brief to work with other non-governmental organisations and to penetrate deeper into the Chinese community. Unlike the local section members who are only allowed to campaign for the victims of human rights abuses worldwide, the co-ordinator will be able to concentrate on issues in the territory. In Hongkong to examine the financial crisis that had hit the local section and resulted in the dismissal of the section's director Miss Sham Yan-shan, Mr Daniels said: ''I would regard it as unfortunate the previous director of Amnesty here has implied there has been a deliberate policy of racism. That is not true and demonstrably not true.''