A research associate in "Immigration Detention and Vulnerable Migrants in Hong Kong" project at the Faculty of Law, CUHK
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Previous citizenship studies often focus on the individual-state relationship. However, citizenship cannot exist without a multitude of relationships in the community. Citizens interact with other individuals, groups and institutional agencies within and outside their community to co-create citizenship in everyday life settings. This study goes bey...
This study is concerned with movement identity construction processes in lifestyle movements (LMs). Identity in social movements is mostly studied in the context of traditional social movements, in which the movement identity is derived from a social structure and embodied in formal social movement organizations aiming at affecting state policy. It...
The project began in July 2020 and will run through June 2023. This will be the first detailed study of immigration detention in Hong Kong, and will add significantly to comparative analysis of immigration detention in East Asia. We examine the functioning and effects of immigration detention law, policy and practice, with a focus on survivors of torture, victims of human trafficking, and low-income migrant workers. Based upon our findings, we develop actionable, evidence-based guidelines for improving the system. Website: https://immigrationdetentionhk.net/en/