​Tze-wei Ng

GGF 2030 Working Group on Global Migration and Refugee Challenge

Tze-wei Ng is a part-time lecturer teaching media law as well as a project and legal consultant working with various social enterprises and a family businesses focused on sustainable finance in Hong Kong. Most recently, she worked for the international legal capacity building NGO PILnet: The Global Network for Public Interest Law, where she helped launch its Hong Kong office and programs in Asia. The organization connects pro-bono lawyers and law students with over 100 NGOs serving a range of poor and disadvantaged communities in the region. Prior to joining the nonprofit sector, she was a Beijing correspondent for South China Morning Post, covering international affairs, rule of law, and human rights. Tze-wei was recognized as an Emerging Leader on the Rule of Law and Policy in Asia by the Thailand Institute of Justice in 2017 and was a 2009 recipient of the Asia Journalism Fellowship. She holds a master of laws’ degree from Columbia Law School.