"Human Rights in Hong Kong: the uses, limits, and challenges of international advocacy in supporting a grassroots movement for democracy"
November 18, 2019
- Nathan Law, a politician and activist from Hong Kong, currently studying at Yale University. In September 2016, Law became the youngest member elected to the Hong Kong Legislative Council. He was disqualified after from the Legislative Council in July 2017 over his controversial oath taking at the inaugural meeting.
- Jeffrey Ngo, writer, historian, and pro-democracy activist based in Washington, D.C., where he is pursuing a Ph.D. in History at Georgetown University. He serves as researcher for Demosistō, a political party in Hong Kong.
- Sharon K. Hom, Executive Director of Human Rights in China, Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, and Professor of Law Emerita at the CUNY School of Law where she taught for 18 years.