Dr Jordan, Lucy Porter
Dr. Jordan (Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work and Social Administration, University of Hong Kong) works at the intersection of social policy and population studies. Her professional and research experience emphasizes market-state-civil society strategies to address social protection needs and vulnerabilities of families and youth. The overarching question driving Dr. Jordan’s scholarship and practice is to understand how government policies and practices influence and impact on intimate family life. Current research focuses on migration and the family in emerging economies of Asia. Dr. Jordan has held research grants as PI from the RGC (Hong Kong), British Academy (UK), National Institute of Health (NIH) (USA), as CO-I from the Ministry of Education (MOE) (Singapore), ESRC (UK) and international research consultancy on child protection topics has been funded by UNICEF and Terres D’Hommes. She also holds an honorary appointment as Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Social Development in Africa (CSDA), University of Johannesburg recognizing her contribution to the development of social development research in sub-Saharan Africa.
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|07/2015-07/2016||Academic Review Committee||Interntional Society for Third Sector Research|
|01/2007-present||Young Scholar Reviewer||Child Care Research Policy Consortium|
|08/2018-present||External Examiner/Assessor||Non-Profit Management Programmes at Singapore University of Social Sciences|
|06/2013-present||Reviewer||Australian Research Council|
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