CUHK Social Work students urge to cancel private closed-door meeting with Police Officers

Hong Kong – A teacher of the Department of Social Work at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) was alleged to invite students of the Department to a private closed-door meeting with Senior Police officer on Jan 14.

Regarding the invitation, the Social Work Society of CUHK Student Union issued a statement refusing to attend the meeting. It was made clear that the invitation was extended privately via whatsapp by a teacher, without an official enrolment process. It also reiterated that the Anti-Extradition Movement since June 2019, has always been a “leaderless” movement, therefore, it would be impossible for students to represent other protesters.

The society collected opinions from students through a questionnaire. A total of 96 valid responses were received, among which 70.8% wished to cancel the meeting.

Around 25% of the respondents agreed to hold the meeting personally, to avoid CUHK being seen as the “leader” of the movement. The Society also clarified that it condoned dialogue with the authority.

Source:Apple Daily

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