Contemporary Women’s Issues Forum

Our moderators at our annual forum, “Contemporary Women’s Issues,” on 13 April:

Judy Tam - photo

Judy Tam, MSc (Edinburgh), BPW Hong Kong project leader for the “Young Leaders Forum Series,” is an active volunteer leader in a variety of non-profit social groups. She is committed to contributing to society by providing young adults in Hong Kong with different education experiences. She is the current Division Director (Hong Kong) of Toastmasters International, whose aim is to provide a good environment for nurturing communication and leadership skills. She is a civilian instructor of the Hong Kong Air Cadets Corps, a former vice chairman of Sir Edward Youde Scholars Association and a member of the ICAC Club. She has many years of experience in supporting education initiatives, and enjoys working with young people.

Devi Novianti

Devi Novianti, BPW Hong Kong project leader to coordinate this forum as well as project leader for HK Women on Boards initiative, works at the Equal Opportunities Commission of Hong Kong. Previously, she was Manager of Christian Action’s Domestic Helpers and Migrant Workers Programme and Chungking Mansions Service Centre for refugees and asylum seekers. She is a graduate of Hong Kong University’s LLM Human Rights Programme. In 2006, she received commendation from the Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR for her work in serving the city’s ethnic minority communities; in 2014, she was recognized in The List Magazine’s “Women of Hope” profiles in Hong Kong.


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The Hong Kong Association of Business and Professional Women (BPW Hong Kong), is an affiliate of BPW International, founded in Geneva in 1930. Since 1947, BPW International has maintained consultative status with the UN via ECOSOC. The primary purpose of BPW is the professional and economic empowerment of women, through UN advocacy and local actions, networking, and skills development. The work of BPW Hong Kong falls under 3 main categories: advocacy, community initiatives, and professional development. BPW Hong Kong advocates women’s issues with special foci on UN's SDG Goal 5 (Gender Equality), Equal Pay, Wellbeings, and Women in Leadership.