Three independent think tanks – the Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, Civic Exchange and the SynergyNet – are jointly organizing a conference on 6 November 2004 (Saturday) entitled, “Constitutional Development: 2007/08 and Beyond”.
Independent public policy think tank, Civic Exchange has incorporated a range of multi-media functions at its newly launched website www.vote04.hk.
Civic Exchange released a commissioned report by Prof Richard Cullen today discussing whether it is necessary for Hong Kong to have a special law governing political parties to help their further development in the HKSAR.
The non-partisan site, VOTE04, is a pilot project that aims to use alternative IT means and multimedia to encourage a higher turnout rate in the coming Legislative Council Election.
Hong Kong-based think tank Civic Exchange and Washington, DC-based National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) jointly released today an in-depth report on the new Principal Officials Accountability System (POAS) in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange published a policy paper today called: “Cultivating a Multicultural Society and Combating Racial Discrimination in Hong Kong” just prior to the start of the United Nations Conference on Racism and Xenophobia in Durban, South Africa.