Liz Jackson

Liz Jackson

Liz Jackson is an associate professor of education and the director of the Comparative Education Research Centre at the University of Hong Kong

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Opinion | University of Hong Kong, the world’s most international tertiary institution, can still do more to support diversity

While being declared the most international university in the world by Times Higher Education is a recognition of the University of Hong Kong’s efforts to diversify its student body, non-local students face challenges from housing to social exclusion.

28 Mar 2019 - 9:16AM

While being declared the most international university in the world by Times Higher Education is a recognition of the University of Hong Kong’s efforts to diversify its student body, non-local students face challenges from housing to social exclusion.

University of Hong Kong, the world’s most international tertiary institution, can still do more to support diversity
No place in liberal studies for ethnic stereotypes and overgeneralisations

The need for multiculturalism, which can be defined as fair approaches to managing diversity and cultural understanding, has become urgent in Hong Kong.

25 Sep 2015 - 11:17AM

The need for multiculturalism, which can be defined as fair approaches to managing diversity and cultural understanding, has become urgent in Hong Kong.

No place in liberal studies for ethnic stereotypes and overgeneralisations