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非营利组织和慈善实验室(NPPL)

简介

睿泽坊致力提升非牟利和慈善界别的能力,并优化其管治,从而实现社会影响力。我们对慈善采用广义的定义,关注如何善用私人资源(金钱、时间、空间、想法、专长和人际网络)使大众得益。

项目

学校管理审查:教师投诉及反馈的处理与教师表现的管理(进行中)

这项研究旨在支援和促进东华三院进行学校管理审查,通过改善对教师投诉及反馈的处理方法和加强对教师表现的管理,从而提升法团校董会(Incorporated Management Committee (IMC))及/或校董会(School Management Committee (SMC))管理学校的效益。这项研究会为东华三院辖下本港18间中学、14间小学、17间幼稚园和两间特殊学校审视校本管理(IMC学校)或学校管理(SMC学校)的效益,并提供提升效益的行动建议。

香港南亚裔人士的社会融合(进行中)

根据政府统计处的数据,2016年南亚裔人士(包括巴基斯坦裔、尼泊尔裔和印度裔),是为数最多的居港少数族裔群体。虽然南亚裔人士和本地中国籍人士享有相同的法律、政治和社会权利,并履行相似的义务,但是他们似乎生活在两个不同的世界。不同的数据指出很多南亚裔人士活在被社会、政治和经济排斥的风险中。这项研究旨在识别南亚裔人士与本地中国籍社群互动时所面对的主要挑战,以及达至社会融合所遇到的主要障碍。本研究亦调查本地中国籍人士对南亚裔人士的观感和接受程度,并就政策和服务上的不足之处提供建议,以促进社会共融和融合。这项研究是赛马会多元文化研究计划的一部分,并由香港赛马会慈善信托基金支持。

香港慈善捐助报告2016-2017(进行中)

《香港慈善捐助报告2016-2017》由香港大学社会科学学院支持,是首份力求就个人、企业和基金会的慈善捐助和义务工作提供全面视野的报告。慈善捐助和义务工作可被视为动用社会资源追求更美好的世界。以国际标准而言,香港通常被视为一个慷慨的社会。然而,慈善捐助和义务工作的资料颇为零散,令人难以了解慈善服务的整体情况。这份报告就是尝试填补这个漏洞。此外,这份报告提供了前胆性的观点,并且有助非牟利机构识别筹款和义工招募的新方法。最后,为了推动慈善界别的进步,这份报告识别了一些需要处理的问题。 2016-2017年的报告已于2019年出版,其他活动仍在进行中。

香港非政府机构管治健康状况调查2018(2018-2019)

有效管治对非牟利机构和公民社会及社会界别的长远发展都是必需的。近年,香港社会服务界对董事会的管治愈来愈重视。对于非牟利机构的监管,持分者和普罗大众均要求提高透明度、问责性和效益。

香港大学公民社会与治理研究中心的「睿智计划」与香港社会服务联会及良管善治工作室合作,开发了一套自我检测工具,让非政府机构自行量度其管治健康状况,并利用这套工具收集业界数据作整体分析。参加的非政府机构均获一份专属的报告,当中包含了自我评估的结果,并提供了一些相关资讯让它们能将自己机构的管治健康与其他相似规模的非政府机构作比较,并检视它们在各个范畴上的管治工作。此外,这个计划还为不同规模的非政府机构举行度身订造的小组研讨会,从而发放业界整体调查的结果。

下载「香港非政府机构管治健康状况调查2018」的结果:

许多政府报告已识别到香港某些少数族裔群体的贫穷风险较高。鉴于香港南亚裔居民的贫穷率相对高,而且他们的公共服务使用率低(包括一些特别为他们而设的公共服务),故扶贫委员会辖下的特别需要社群专责小组于2017年委托进行研究,调查南亚裔人士对一些公共服务的认知和满意程度。纳入研究范围的南亚裔社群包括印度裔、巴基斯坦裔和尼泊尔裔社群;而主要公共服务是指由劳工处、雇员再培训局、社会福利署和民政事务总署提供的服务。这项研究的主要目的是识别其公共服务使用率低的潜在原因,并提出改善建议。报告已于2018年提交。

社会共融是联合国对可持续世界的目标之一。这个目标指出所有人不论其特征(例如不同种类的残障),都应该被视为社会的一份子。进入劳动市场是成年人参与社会的重要一环。虽然香港政府已投放不少资源从小培育智障人士,亦有无数的研究证明公开就业不论对智障人士、企业、公共开支和社会共融等均有好处,但是智障人士公开就业的机会仍然很低。这项研究的目的是发掘阻碍智障人士公开就业的因素,突出现时政策和服务的不足之处,并提出改善建议。这项研究由香港大学社会科学学院支持,已于2018年完成。

是次研究有24个国家/城市参与,了解初中生对公民和相关身份的知识和态度,以及他们在学校内外参与相关活动的程度。这项研究于2016年受香港特区政府教育局委托进行。作为国际教育成绩评估协会(International Assocaition for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA))的成员,这项研究使用其研究设计和工具。研究目的是找出年轻人如何接受装备,承担公民角色。 91间中学参与了这个研究。报告已于2018年提交IEA和教育局。

睿智计划旨在增强香港非政府机构和公民社会的潜力,同时提升香港大学于此领域的教学能力及科研技术;通过培训,共享和研究,加强第三部门的领导、管理、和组织能力,培育他们的创新及创业精神。并为慈善家、基金会、非政府机构投资者及学术界建立一个跨界别平台作联系和知识交流之用。

Misinformation Policy Manager, Asia Pacific, Facebook

Jenna is a Product Policy Manager on Facebook’s Misinformation Policy team. She specialises in global health misinformation and misinformation in the Asia-Pacific region, and is based in Singapore.

Product Policy Manager, Inauthentic Behavior, Facebook

Sam Traynor is the Product Policy manager for Inauthentic behavior at Facebook. For almost the last decade he has been working in the integrity space in variety of roles and companies mainly focusing on protecting user voice, the authenticity of conversations, and the integrity of the civic process.

Head of Content Regulation, Asia Pacific, Facebook

Meg Chang is the Content Regulation Policy Lead for Facebook in the APAC region. Prior to this role, she was an Elections Manager and led Facebook’s election integrity efforts across EMEA, including the European Elections, the UK general election, and the Polish parliamentary and presidential elections, among many others. Before Facebook, she was the head of operations and publisher at EUobserver, a Brussels-based EU political and investigative news outlet. She also worked as a management consultant for Global 1000 companies in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. She studied politics and law at the University of Kent in the UK.

Public Policy Research Manager, Data for Good, Facebook

Alex Pompe is a Research Manager on Facebook’s Data for Good team. This team builds privacy-protecting data sets to aid response work for natural disasters and public health crises (here is a recent example from the COVID19 response: https://research.fb.com/blog/2020/06/protecting-privacy-in-facebook-mobility-data-during-the-covid-19-response/). Previously, Alex led the growth team at a startup scaling the company to 35 countries over 3 years. Prior to this he worked on access to information and Internet programs for 6 years at an international NGO called IREX; first in Ukraine, next in Namibia, and then in Washington DC. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer teaching mathematics in Namibia from 2006 to 2008. Alex holds a BS in physics from the University of Illinois, and an MS from the University of Michigan (where he also taught astrophysics.) He has served as a guest lecturer for the University of Maryland’s School of Information.

Public Policy Manager, Hong Kong, Facebook

Head of Privacy and Data Policy, Asia Pacific, Facebook

Raina is the Head of Privacy and Data Policy, Engagement, APAC for Facebook. She is a lawyer by training and is a former regulator, having previously worked at the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data in the position of Assistant Privacy Commissioner (Legal, Policy & Research). Prior to joining the Hong Kong data protection authority, Raina had extensive legal in-house experience and held management positions in both Hong Kong and Shanghai. She served as the Assistant Chief Counsel – Head of Legal at Hong Kong Disneyland and was the Deputy Chief Counsel – Head of Legal at Shanghai Disney Resort during the initial construction stage of the project when she helped set up the legal function at the Shanghai Disney Resort. Raina held a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, The University of Hong Kong

Dr. Chan’s primary research concerns the institutions that shape the consumption and distortion of information in different organizational settings. His current research explores how bureaucrats handle information and the impact of institutions on their choices.

Ongoing projects deal with different aspects of bureaucratic control in authoritarian regimes, such as administrative oversight, juridical intervention, internal reporting, and legislative decision-making.

He holds a PhD Degree in Public Policy from the O’Neill School of Public and Environment Affairs and the Department of Political Science, Indiana University Bloomington.

Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer, Centre for Civil Society and Governance

Dr Winnie Law is the Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer at the Centre for Civil Society and Governance of The University of Hong Kong. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on sustainable development, community planning and environmental management. She also works with a team of researchers and conducts policy research, action research and knowledge exchange projects on rural revitalization, social innovation, community engagement and corporate sustainability. Dr Law has been a director of the Conservancy Association since 2005 and has served on a number of HKSAR Government’s advisory committees including Advisory Council for the Environment. At the regional level, Dr Law was commissioned by the EU and UNDP as a planning and social monitoring expert for their city planning and environmental management programmes in Vietnam. Dr Law was one of the invited speakers for the first TedxTongChongSt’s series on Hacking the Future and delivered a talk on Future of Sustainability in 2019.

Director, Centre for Civil Society and Governance

Wai-Fung (Danny) Lam is Director of the Centre for Civil Society and Governance (CCSG), and Professor in Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong. He finished his undergraduate study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and received a Ph.D. in Public Policy from Indiana University, Bloomington. Professor Lam is an expert in common-pool resource management, institutional policy analysis, public governance, and civil society. His research has focused on the design of efficient institutional arrangements for the governance and management of public resources, a core issue in public administration and sustainable development. Professor Lam has served on the editorial committees of Public Administration Review (PAR), International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS), Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (JCPA), Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ), and Asian Politics and Policy (APP), and is co-editor of The Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Administration (APJPA).

Director of Public Policy, Greater China, Mongolia, and Central Asia, Facebook

George Chen joined Facebook in January 2016 as the company’s first-ever policy representative based in Hong Kong, home for Facebook in the Greater China region. Currently as the Public Policy Director for Greater China, Mongolia, and Central Asia, George serves as Facebook’s “ambassador” to engage with the people and governments across the vast and diverse regions.

Prior to Facebook, George has worked in the media sector for about 15 years. George was a 2014 Yale World Fellow and a 2015 fellow of the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. George is a doctoral candidate at the University of Hong Kong where he focuses his research on freedom of expression and misinformation.