Primary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson WongPrimary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson Wong
Primary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong children’s right to take part in policymaking largely misunderstood

  • Children’s right to be heard is clearly stipulated in Article 12:1 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, but a recent study shows Hong Kong has made limited progress in involving children at the policymaking level
Topic |   Law
Primary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson WongPrimary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson Wong
Primary school students walk to school in Sha Tin as classes resume on June 8. Children should be involved in the consultation process on issues that affect them at an earlier stage. Photo: Winson Wong
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