Symposium on Sexual Violence in Asia on 1-2 June 2018


Co-organised by The Centre for Criminology, the Department of Sociology, The School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong and RainLily, the Symposium on Sexual Violence in Asia features regional and international experts in the field to share experience and latest information on pushing forward one-stop sexual violence support service, and advocacy in policy reform, with details below:

Date: 1-2 June 2018 (Friday & Saturday)
Time: 9am to 6pm
Venue: Jockey Club Tower 3/F CPD 3.28, The University of Hong Kong
Fee: HK$300 (2 days)  /  HK$200  (1 day)

Primarily English
(Mandarin to English simultaneous interpretation service is available for the afternoon of day one, 1 June)

Programme and Speakers: Available here
Speaker Highlights:

Day 1

  • Professor Sophia Chan, JP, Secretary for Food and Health, HKSAR
  • Dr Catherine White OBE, Clinical Director, Saint Mary’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre
  • Dr David Wells, Lead Author of WHO’s Guidelines for Medico-legal Care for Victims of Sexual Violence
  • Updates from regional experts (Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong)

Day 2

  • Mr Peter Duncan, Chairman, Review of Sexual Offences Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission
Registration: Click here

HKAM CME points being applied for selected sessions for both days
4 CPD points are accredited by the Law Society of Hong Kong for day two, 2 June

For enquiries, please contact Tiff Chan of RainLily at 2392 2569 /