(front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong’s children’s commission must be given clear mandate, foreign experts say

Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor has yet to spell out how her election pledge of establishing a long-awaited Commission on Children will be realised

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
(front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(front row left to right): Jason Lau Wai-kit; Kathy Man Wing-kei; and Billy Wong Wai-yuk, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights; (back row left to right): Priscilla Lui Tsang Sun-kai, chair of Hong Kong Committee on Children's Rights' Reidar Hjermann, clinical psychologist, independent expert on Children's Rights; Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission; and Dennis Ho, chairman of Law Society's Family Law Committee. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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