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Dialogue Series on NGO Board Governance (Dialogue 2)

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Co-organised by HKCSS’s NGO Governance Platform Project and GAME (Governance And Management for Excellence) for Public Benefit, the Dialogue Series on NGO Board Governance is in three group sessions. Dialogue Two themed “Governing risk management” was conducted on 19 May.

 

(From left) Ms Stella Ho, Project Director of HKCSS, Mr Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive of HKCSS, Dr Norah Wang, Ms Venus Cheng, Dr CK Lo, Mr Benjamin Tang, Mr Walter Chan, Mr K M Chan, Consultants of GAME and Mr Cliff Choi, Business Director of HKCSS

 

(From left) Ms Stella Ho, Project Director of HKCSS, Mr Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive of HKCSS, Dr Norah Wang, Ms Venus Cheng, Dr CK Lo, Mr Benjamin Tang, Mr Walter Chan, Mr K M Chan, Consultants of GAME and Mr Cliff Choi, Business Director of HKCSS

 

   

Consultants cited some news reports relating to NGOs as lead-in for discussion on potential risks and the importance of risk management.

 

Consultants cited some news reports relating to NGOs as lead-in for discussion on potential risks and the importance of risk management.

 

 

 

 

Representatives of the board and senior management from various NGOs shared their experience.

 

Representatives of the board and senior management from various NGOs shared their experience.

 

 

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.

 

 

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.

 

 

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.

 

Group discussion was made on the potential risks facing their agencies and the hurdles encountered when managing such risks.