<Amnesty International Hong Kong 2016 Annual Report>
Hong Kong’s human rights situation is rapidly deteriorating in 2016 : Causeway Bay Booksellers' disappearance, NPCSC's interpretation of the Basic Law, the CAT withdrawal claimant by government management officials....Amnesty International Hong Kong had been observing the local Human Rights situations and reviewed them in the 2016 Annual Report, which was officially released on 11 January. It aims to examine the existing inadequacies of human rights protection and urge the government to take action as soon as possible, as well as to raise public awareness on the human rights violations. Together we fight for our human rights.
Human Rights Magazine - Winter Issue is published! The latest issue of Human Rights Magazine features "The rights of persons with disabilities are human rights, not welfare". Apart from international human rights standards, the difficult situation of persons with disabilities in Somalia and Bulgaria is briefly introduced. We also interviewed lawmaker Fernando Cheung on the implementation of the rights of persons with disabilities in Hong Kong. To ensure information accessibility by persons with disabilities, we cooperate with "The Human Commons" for producing an easy-read leaflet.
The magazine will be distributed for free in upstairs bookstores, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union, Kubrick, the Hong Kong Council of Social Service and universities etc. By becoming our member or donor, you will receive a printed copy on a regular basis.
《Carnival》藝術展覽 國際特赦組織香港分會將於明年2月16至26日在本港首間私人當代美術館KONG Art Space舉行一場《Carnival》展覽，旨在透過一連串藝術活動（包括表演、教育、拍賣、慈善晚宴等），向公眾宣傳捍衛言論自由的重要性。
《Carnival》展覽由法國駐港著名藝術策展人Caroline Ha Thuc策劃。在她的領導下，超過50位來自本地和世界各地的藝術家將會受委托為展覽創作全新作品或捐贈現有作品。所有從展覽、拍賣和慈善晚宴獲得的收益將會撥捐至國際特赦組織香港分會人權教育慈善基金，用作推動校園及社區的人權教育工作，並監察和守護香港的人權和言論自由。
ART EXHIBITION - CARNIVAL Amnesty International Hong Kong has announced its upcoming exhibition, entitled <Carnival> which is to be held in KONG Art Space, Hong Kong’s first privately-owned contemporary art museum from 16-26 February 2017. The exhibition seeks to promote freedom of expression through a series of art activities including performances, education programmes, an art auction and charity dinners.
<Carnival> is curated by Hong Kong-based French curator, Caroline Ha Thuc. More than 50 local artistsand artists from around the globe have been commissioned to create new artworks for the exhibition, or are donating existing works. All proceeds from the exhibition, auction and charity dinners will go to Amnesty International Hong Kong Section Human Rights Education Charitable Trust to deliver human rights education programmes in schools and communities and to monitor and defend Hong Kong’s human rights and freedom of expression.
Join our Rule of Law Walking Tour@Central in Spring 2017 What will you think of when we talk about Central? Central is not only a commercial and business centre, but it also embeds lots of historical stories of Hong Kong. Enjoy spring with us by joining the walking tour in Central. We will look at the old buildings as well as share the stories of the rule of law in Hong Kong.
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