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1. Bryan Luk

Program Director

Previously was a Senior Researcher at HKSAR Legislative Councilor's office, a Researcher and Program Manager at the Basic Law Foundation, leading the Program of Peace and Conflict Studies. Currently, He acts as a General Secretary and Committee Member of the Hong Kong University Graduate Association, an academic member & contributor of the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), Athena Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), a Fellow member of the Japan Association for Human Security Studies (JAHSS).

He completed a BSS. (Hons) in Criminology at CityU and obtained a Master of International and Public Affairs (MIPA) at HKU. He recently received PG in international development at the University of Edinburgh. He has attended a short course on Human Security at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Institut d'études politiques de Paris) and a program of National and Communication Studies at Tsinghua University, Beijing (北京清華大學).

Beyond engaging the international community, he has contributed to promoting the rule of law, human security, and media and information literacy education in over 30 local schools in the past 2 years.


His research interests include social criminology, policy research, human security studies, and international relations. He has published several articles in domestic and international journals and literature publications.

1. Bryan Luk
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