Wing Ki Leung
Currently a Law and Politics undergraduate student at The University of Hong Kong, Sabrina was born and brought up in the city. She wants to create a Hong Kong where everyone feels like they belong here, just like she does.
She first encountered advocacy and legal education work as an intern at Mother's Choice, a Hong Kong charity serving the city’s many children without families and pregnant teenagers, where she created impact measurement mechanisms for the programs, assisted in the production of the training workshops, and helped formulate the Child Protection Policy for the organization. She also interned with Amnesty International Hong Kong, and designed and conducted Human Rights awareness training sessions in collaboration with her fellow students,to empower persons with intellectual differences. She was selected to be a part of the Common Purpose Global Leadership Experience 2017 cohort where she worked with individuals from diverse backgrounds to understand how to approach complex global problems in a solution oriented manner. She is most passionate about providing equal opportunities to everyone in Hong Kong through human rights education so that they can understand more about themselves, their rights, their community, and the world around them. In her spare time, Sabrina likes to lose herself in books and blog about the insights she gained from reading. She likes discussing human rights (especially gender and child rights issues) in Hong Kong and China, legal and political theory, pursuing self-help and self-development, and personal growth opportunities.
In Sabrina’s Words:
“I believe that everyone, regardless of their background, should have equal opportunity in all aspects in our society. For this to happen, we need to be able to see that we share more similarities than differences, and the differences that exist can be appreciated and respected.”