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黎慶寧

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黎慶寧先生 Mr Lai Hing Ning Peter

黎慶寧先生於一九七三年大學肆業後加入香港政府為政務主任。黎先生任職政府期間,曾負責多方面的政策範疇,包括新市鎮發展、保安、市政服務、公務員管理、土地政策及政制發展等。他於一九九五年晉升為政府司級官員,是政務官職系的最高職級。


由一九八五年開始,黎先生全面投入中英就香港前途談判的工作,並於一九九一至九四年期間被委任為中英土地委員會成員。黎先生於一九九四年獲委為香港政府保安司(負責治安、出入境、消防及救護服務、懲教、海關、危機管理及與軍部聯絡的所有事宜)。他在香港主權移交期間一直留任此職位,並於一九九七年七月一日被任命為香港特別行政區政府的首位保安局局長。他於一九九八年八月一日離開公務員隊伍。


一九九八年至二○○五年年底,黎先生一直居於澳洲。他在澳洲數年來出任 Murdoch University 亞洲研究中心的院士。他於二○○五年十一月返港定居。


黎先生現時是智經研究中心顧問,曾領導研究兩大公共行政研究計劃,包括公民參與及政府決策、從單程證制度探索香港的人口政策。黎先生現時亦為香港大學政治與公共行政學系名譽教授,主要教授公共行政碩士課程。

Upon graduating with first class honours at the University of Hong Kong in 1973 Mr. Lai joined the Hong Kong Government as an Administrative Officer. After working on new town development in the (then) New Territories Administration, he attended a one-year “Administrative Development Course” conducted at Oxford University (England) in 1974-75. Thereafter, Mr. Lai’s public service career encompassed a number of policy areas including security, municipal services, civil service management, land policy and constitutional development. In 1995 he was promoted to the Secretary, Government Secretariat rank – the highest rank of the Administrative Service.


Since 1985 Mr. Lai was almost continuously engaged in Sino-British negotiations on the future arrangements for Hong Kong, and was appointed a Member of the Sino-British Land Commission for the period 1991-94. In late 1994 he was appointed the first “local” Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Government (responsible for all matters relating to the Police, Immigration, Fire and Ambulance Services, Correction Services, Customs and Excise, Emergency Management, and liaison with the Military). Mr. Lai remained in that capacity across the changeover to Chinese sovereignty and was appointed the first Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on 1 July 1997. He left the civil service on 1 August 1998.


Mr. Lai resided in Perth, Australia from late 1998 to late 2005, and was a Fellow of the Asia Research Centre of Murdoch University for a number of years. He returned to Hong Kong for residence in November 2005.


In early 2006 Mr. Lai was appointed an advisor to the Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, a privately funded public policy research institute. Since then he had been active in the activities of the Centre, including spearheading two major public policy research projects, on governance and civic engagement in Hong Kong, and on the implications of the One Way Permit System on the future population of Hong Kong.


Mr. Lai is now an Honorary Professor at the Department of Politics and Public Administration, the University of Hong Kong and teaches public administration skills under the university’s MPA (Master of Public Administration) progrmme.

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