Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s German Swiss International School takes legal action to remove controversial language rule for board members

  • Hearing will take place this week, with a ruling expected in July, according to the chairman of the school board
  • Move to remove regulation, which requires all elected board directors to be fluent German speakers, failed at a meeting in December

Topic |   International schools in Hong Kong
Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Roland Mueksch says the school went through a mediation process last year after a complaint was made to the Equal Opportunities Commission. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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