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Engagement Evening 「政策對話及參與」系列: Mrs. Rachel Cartland 簡何巧雲女士

CDI / Community Development Initiative

Friday, 26 September 2014 from 18:30 to 20:30 (HKT)

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Engagement Evening 「政策對話及參與」系列

Mrs. Rachel Cartland 簡何巧雲女士



社區發展動力培育舉辦「政策對話及參與」系列,旨在促進公民社會溝通交流。今次我們邀請了前社署助理署長簡何巧雲女士(Rachel Cartland),作為本次活動的對話嘉賓。





日期:    2014926(星期五)

時間:    下午630分至830

地點:    天后電氣道14821Incu-Lab 2102Incu-Labspace

語言:    英語(嘉賓分享),英語及中文(對話交流)

費用:   全免

社區發展動力培育(CDI)為非牟利機構,致力於政策研究、公眾教育、倡議、社區服務等活動,有賴各方支持。(當日設置捐款箱,方便大家踴躍支持,或致電3114 0784安排郵寄捐款)

查詢:    3114-0784 (電話 (電郵)


Engagement Evening with

Mrs. Rachel Cartland

(Former Assistant Director of HKSAR Social Welfare Department)

Facilitator: George Cautherley

The Past & Future of Universal Retirement Protection Scheme in Hong Kong


Engagement Evening, the public engagement series organized by Community Development Initiative, is honored to have Mrs. Rachel Cartland, Former Assistant Director of HKSAR Social Welfare Department, to be our keynote speaker. 

The retirement protection policy has been under discussion in Hong Kong over 30 years. Last month, Professor Nelson Chow from the University of Hong Kong presented the findings of the study on "Future Development of Retirement Protection in Hong Kong". It suggests the provision of a monthly pension of $3,000 for all aged 65 or above without any mean test, and the introduction of payroll old age tax, resulting in different opinions among stakeholders in HK.

Several community groups believe the universal retirement protection scheme should able to supplement the insufficiency of present retirement system, in order to solve the problem of aging population and poor elderly, leading to a basic living of elderly with higher dignity. However, other reckons that the suggestion of study might bring long-term financial burden and affect its feasibility and sustainability. The government also agrees the scheme can only be implemented before social consensus is made.

What has the past and existing social security system in Hong Kong gone wrong? How to achieve the balance between a variety of concerns in order to have an effective social retirement protection with long-term development in Hong Kong?


Date:  September 26, 2014 (Friday)

Time:  6:30PM – 8:30PM

Venue: Incu-Labspace, Room 2102, 148 Electric Road, Tin Hau, Hong Kong

Language: English (guest sharing) ; Chinese & English (dialogue)

Admission: Free of charge

Inquiry: 3114-0784 (by phone) or (by email)


Organizer: CDI

Co-organizer: Incu-Lab

Supporting Organizer: Incu-Labspace

CDI is a non-profit making organization and your support is needed for policy research, education and advocacy works. (We will set a donation box at the venue and your contribution is mostly welcomed. You could also support our works by contacting us at 3114 0784 for arranging mailing cheque payment.)

Incu-Lab is an orgainzation that pushes innovation & change-making entrepreneurship in Hong Kong & Asia, your support is needed for its capacity building, education, idea generation, mentoring and impact investment works. (Contribution box will be set on that day for you to support us, or you may contact us at 3171 7624 regarding contribution).

Do you have questions about Engagement Evening 「政策對話及參與」系列: Mrs. Rachel Cartland 簡何巧雲女士? Contact CDI / Community Development Initiative

When & Where

Unit 2102, 148 Electric Road, Tin Hau
Hong Kong
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Friday, 26 September 2014 from 18:30 to 20:30 (HKT)

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Community Development Initiative is a non-profit organization which focuses on nurturing community and social development. CDI provides an open platform for other NGOs and thinktanks by sharing technological and media resources. CDI aims to boost community and social development by initiating policy research and education projects. We synergize various forces in the society and support advocacy works of other civil society partners.

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