21 July 2021 marks two years since the Yuen Long mob attack. It has also been one year since the National Security Law was imposed on Hong Kong.

How has it been and where are we now? Join our webinar to hear speakers from the Netherlands and Denmark discuss the situation, particularly in light of their prosecuted friends - journalist Gwyneth Ho and lawmaker Ted Hui.

The webinar will be in English.

Guest speakers:

Stijn Deklerck

Stijn Deklerck, Amnesty International

Stijn works at Amnesty International Netherlands as the coordinator of their China-program. He has a PhD in sinology and teaches on Chinese law at the university of Leuven.

Thomas Rohden

Thomas Rohden, Danish China Critical Society

Thomas is the chairperson of Dansk Kina-Kritisk Selskab. He visited Hong Kong as an election observer in November 2019 during the District Council elections. He has faced potential prosecution and extradition to Hong Kong for helping former lawmaker and pro-democracy activist Ted Hui flee Hong Kong in 2020.

Sarah van Meel

Sarah van Meel, Journalist and Lawyer

Sarah is a journalist and lawyer with an interest in human rights issues. She is also a friend of Gwyneth Ho. She met her when they were following the Erasmus Mundus Journalism programme at Aarhus University and University of Amsterdam.

The petition:

https://www.amnesty.nl/forms/spoedactie-hongkong-gwyneth-ho