Hong Kong's Tortuous Democratization: A Comparative Analysis

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Appendix 3

Member organizations of Joint Association of People’s Organizations (JAPOD)
1 Democracy Forum
2 Min Feng She
3 University of Democracy
4 Si Lin Xue She
5 Sha Tian Guo Lian
6 The Hong Kong Affairs Society
7 Shi Yin Guan Zhu Zu (Shek Yam Concern Group)
8 Civil Rights Education Center
9 Hong Kong Policy Review
10 Hong Kong Christian Institute
11 Student Union of Min Zhu Da Xue
12 Shi Li Min Sheng Guan Zhu Zu (Shek Li People’s Livelihood Concern Group)
13 China Youth Service and Relation Recreation Center
14 The Neighborhood and Workers’ Service Center
15 Ju Shi She Hui Fu Wu Tuan (Ju Shi Social Services Center)
16 Da Xing Qu Ju Min Fu Wu She (Tai Hing Residents Services Center)
17 Dong Bei Kui Yong Ju min Xie Hu (Northeast Kwai Chung Residents’ Association)
18 Hu Die Wan An Ju Xie Jin Hui (Association for Better Living in Butterfly Bay)
19 Shen Shui Po Fa Zhan Fu Wu Zhong Xin (Shamshuipo Development and Service Centre)
20 Christians For Hong Kong Society
21 Xi Kui Yong Ju Min Fu Wu Zhong Xin (West Kwai Chung Residents Services Centre)
22 Xiang Gang Min Zhu Zi Zhi Cu Jin Hui (Hong Kong Association for Advancement of Democracy and Autonomy)
23 Student Christians Movement of Hong Kong
24 Xinag Gang Shi Min Guan Zhu Min Sheng Xiao Zu (Hong Kong Citizens’ Livelihood Concern Group)
25 Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union
26 Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee

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