Closure of hbs Hong Kong Office
The Heinrich Böll Stiftung is closing its office in Hong Kong. This website receives no further updates, but will remain available online until a more permanent archive has been created.
The Foundation continues to engage in the region, especially through its new office in Seoul, South Korea, expected to be fully operational by mid-2024.
We thank all our readers, friends and partners for their interest, engagement and cooperation.
Hong Kong, 13 December 2023
Debating technology and politics from a green perspective - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Asia Global DialogueWatch on YouTube
Debating technology and politics from a green perspective
Explainer The video explains how technology is shaping our lives and explores how we can ensure its impacts are socially useful, environmentally sustainable, and politically legitimate.
Not to be Taken Lightly: Image-based Sexual Violence 不可視作等閒：影像性暴力 - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Asia Global DialogueWatch on YouTube
Interview 25 November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The hbs has interviewed Jacey Kan from Hong Kong’s Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women (ACSVAW) to introduce its campaign in fighting against image-based sexual violence.
Digital Life under Covid-19 and beyond: A video on impact resource bridging platform Dream Impact - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Asia Global DialogueWatch on YouTube
Video Series Meet Co-Founder and Chief Catalyst Dorothy Lam and Chief of Strategy and Growth Cintia Nunes from Dream Impact Hong Kong, an impact resource bridging platform which helps social startups grow and scale, both their impact and business.
Digital Life under Covid-19 and beyond: a video on innovators in Sustainability and Social Impact - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Asia Global DialogueWatch on YouTube
Video Series This article and video take a closer look at examples of Sustainability and Social Impact entrepreneurs and startups in Asia which have accelerated their business or had a market launch or even expansion because of Covid-19.