Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP
Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP

Amnesty International committed to human rights in Hong Kong despite shrinking space for dissent, group’s new head says

  • In first interview with regional media since taking up role, Agnes Callamard says electoral changes in Hong Kong aimed at ensuring just one type of candidate exists
  • She admits organisation has taken more precautions since passage of national security law and has not ruled out leaving Hong Kong

Topic |   Hong Kong electoral changes
Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP
Agnes Callamard, the new head of Amnesty International. Photo: AFP
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