Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Law

Why Hong Kong must pause before using “fake refugee” label for asylum seekers: it’s not all black and white

  • Widespread societal prejudice about refugees in Hong Kong is exploited by some media outlets and political parties who create fear and prejudice
  • The screening process is based on a government policy that does not accept refugees

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Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Players from All Black FC, a soccer team for refugees from Africa, take a break from practice in Kowloon Bay Park, in February 2017. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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