2013 Research Report
Publication Series – The Changing Faces of Hong Kong: Women in the Community and National Context, 1994-2010
By Michael E. DeGolyer
22 February 2013
In February 2013, Civic Exchange published a report on the changing status of women in Hong Kong. To download the report, click on the link above.
This is the report 2 in a series of three report that tracks the changing faces of Hong Kong, with specific emphasis on the changing women status, over the past two decades. Commissioned by The Women’s Foundation, this research project aims to offer better understanding of the changing faces of Hong Kong society and thereby assist policy making that are better geared towards meeting the needs of Hong Kong people.
The Changing Faces of Hong Kong: Women in the Community and National Context, 1994-2010 comes from analysis of the public opinion survey data collected by the Hong Kong Transition Project and reveals the changing attitudes and behaviours of Hong Kong people in areas such as feelings towards national day, areas of personal concern, and political and civic participation.
This report is part of a series that tracks the changing women status over the past two decades in Hong Kong.