The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong court rules it discriminatory for international school to require all elected board directors to speak fluent German

  • Judge slams ‘messy’ corporate governance of German Swiss International School
  • The discriminatory regulations contravened the Race Discrimination Ordinance, the judge said, with GSIS within the definition of a club

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The High Court ruled that it was unlawful for the German Swiss International School to impose a language requirement on its directors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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