A child plays in a puddle at the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade on June 5. Hong Kong’s new Commission on Children has an ambitious agenda to protect the rights of society’s younger members. Photo: Winson Wong

Protecting child rights in Hong Kong will take more than an official commission

Grenville Cross says the effectiveness of Hong Kong’s new Commission on Children rests on its non-official members, especially the younger ones, making their voices heard

Topic |   Human rights

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A child plays in a puddle at the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade on June 5. Hong Kong’s new Commission on Children has an ambitious agenda to protect the rights of society’s younger members. Photo: Winson Wong
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