Independent public policy think tank, Civic Exchange has incorporated a range of multi-media functions at its newly launched website www.vote04.hk.
This paper looks at electoral infrastructure reform in Hong Kong, with Australia providing the primary point of comparison.
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.
This short briefing paper analyses the polling results of the “general” and “Hong Kong Island” public opinion surveys commissioned by Civic Exchange.
This briefing paper is Civic Exchange’s preliminary analysis of polling results.
Press Release: Civic Exchange Publishes “Building Democracy: Creating Good Government for Hong Kong”
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange will publish its 2nd book, “Building Democracy:
Creating Good Government for Hong Kong”, with the Hong Kong University Press in