Each NGO should own a set of governance documents, including constitution, governance manual, conflict of interest policy, etc., which prescribes the organization’s governance practices. From time to time, NGOs should review and update these documents to align existing practices, to suit their operational needs and to comply with current regulations, e.g. regarding AGM arrangement and tax-exempt charitable status.

In collaboration with PILnet, the Council has invited speakers from NGOs and a law firm to share their experience and views on keeping governance documents up-to-date. This session is also an introduction to the upcoming Governance Connect Program where participating NGOs will be paired with pro bono legal advisors to support their review or compilation of related documents, namely the Articles of Association or governance manual.

Details as follows:
Date: 8 July 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
The session will be conducted online via Zoom.

1. The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
  – Ms FANG Meng-sang, Christine, Vice-Chairperson,
    Executive Committee & Vice-Chairperson,
    Governance and Corporate Affairs Committee
  – Dr LEUNG Pui-yu, Pamela, Chief Executive Officer

2. Produce Green Foundation
  – Mr LEE Kwok-man, Rikee, Director
  – Ms LAU Yuen-yee, Vicky, Executive Secretary

3. DLA Piper
  – Ms Angel Chim, Associate

Language: Cantonese (materials in English)

Target participants: NGO Board / committee members (top priority), Agency Heads, Advisors, Company Secretaries, Senior Management of concerned HKCSS Agency Members

Interested parties please register online on or before 29 June 2020 (Monday). Successful registrants will be notified by email by 3 July 2020 (Friday).

For enquiries, please contact the Project team at 2922 9255.

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