Open Access to ANTI-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Research Data

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In 2019, the Hong Kong government proposed an amendment to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance (Cap. 503), which introduced a new “special surrender arrangement” between Hong Kong and mainland China. The legislation has led to a months-long citywide collective action, namely the ANTI-Extradition Law Amendment Bill (or in short ANTIELAB) social movement. Researchers around the world are interested in a variety of aspects of the movement. They are looking for reliable data resources to support their work and prefer citing original and academic sources. With this demand in mind, the ANTIELAB Research Data Archive was established by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong to provide an open access repository of reliable research data related to the ANTIELAB social movement.

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