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In Hong Kong, we must open our eyes to the refugees in our midst
How we have become part of the problem of modern slavery

There is a growing awareness and a movement is building round the world to end the trafficking of people for profit. The United Nations has established July 30 as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and is encouraging all nations to join its blue-heart campaign to fight against trafficking's insidious inroads into every nation.

3 Aug 2015 - 5:25PM

There is a growing awareness and a movement is building round the world to end the trafficking of people for profit. The United Nations has established July 30 as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and is encouraging all nations to join its blue-heart campaign to fight against trafficking's insidious inroads into every nation.

How we have become part of the problem of modern slavery
Asylum seekers in Hong Kong deserve our respect at the very least

Whenever an article appears in the media about the plight of asylum seekers and asks for better treatment, you can expect an outpouring of scorn, racial discrimination and downright abuse from the public. When such blatant discrimination is combined with an ignorance of the facts, it is time for alarm.

20 Jun 2014 - 2:06AM

Whenever an article appears in the media about the plight of asylum seekers and asks for better treatment, you can expect an outpouring of scorn, racial discrimination and downright abuse from the public. When such blatant discrimination is combined with an ignorance of the facts, it is time for alarm.

Asylum seekers in Hong Kong deserve our respect at the very least
All not lost for refugees seeking dignity through work in Hong Kong

The recent Court of Final Appeal judgment denying refugees and other claimants seeking protection a constitutional right to work beggars belief and common sense.

22 Feb 2014 - 4:22AM

The recent Court of Final Appeal judgment denying refugees and other claimants seeking protection a constitutional right to work beggars belief and common sense.

All not lost for refugees seeking dignity through work in Hong Kong
Hong Kong can't ignore the reality of asylum seekers in limbo

Two recent events involving refugees in Hong Kong illustrate the gap between the government's policy towards those seeking protection from persecution and the reality of the circumstances they face.

17 Jan 2014 - 2:00AM

Two recent events involving refugees in Hong Kong illustrate the gap between the government's policy towards those seeking protection from persecution and the reality of the circumstances they face.

Hong Kong can't ignore the reality of asylum seekers in limbo
Hong Kong's do-little policy on refugees must end