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Creating an Inclusive Working Environment for All panel discussion

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Lewis Silkin and Bird & Bird supported our “From #Metoo to #Wetoo – Creating an Inclusive Working Environment for All” panel discussion on 5 December 2019

In partnership with law firms Lewis Silkin and Bird & Bird, the discussions touched upon the progress of the Me Too movement and questioned whether domestic workers, a large segment of the vulnerable population in Hong Kong, were left out of the conversation. Speakers brought in a variety of perspectives – academic, civil society, corporate and NGO – contributing to a rich discussion.

From #Metoo to #Wetoo – Creating an Inclusive Working Environment for All

Ms Nitchaya Laohaphan from Liberty Shared, Ms Cynthia Tellez from Mission for Migrant Workers, Mr Adrian Warr from Edelman and Prof. Susanne Choi from CUHK. Moderators: Ms Diana Purdy from Bird & Bird and Ms Kathryn Weaver from Lewis Silkin

Ms Nitchaya Laohaphan from Liberty Shared, Ms Cynthia Tellez from Mission for
Migrant Workers, Mr Adrian Warr from Edelman and Prof. Susanne Choi from CUHK

Moderators: Ms Diana Purdy from Bird & Bird and Ms Kathryn Weaver from Lewis Silkin

Questions and comments by the audience

Questions and comments by the audience

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