Meeting the press on November 7 are members of the Hong Kong UPR Coalition, including (from left): Lam Yin-pong from the Hong Kong Journalists’ Association, Bonnie Leung from the Civil Human Rights Front, Sophie Cheung from Disabilities CV, Simon Henderson and Annie Li from Justice Centre Hong Kong, Jerome Yau from Pink Alliance, and Isabella Ng from the Hong Kong Society for Asylum-Seekers and Refugees. Photo: Jonathan Wong

UN rights review gives Hong Kong a chance to uphold core values

  • Every state that made a recommendation on Hong Kong can receive the same from China when they come under review
  • Dismissing UPR recommendations from foreign governments as interference undermines Hong Kong’s objectives as “Asia’s World City”
Topic |   Human rights

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Meeting the press on November 7 are members of the Hong Kong UPR Coalition, including (from left): Lam Yin-pong from the Hong Kong Journalists’ Association, Bonnie Leung from the Civil Human Rights Front, Sophie Cheung from Disabilities CV, Simon Henderson and Annie Li from Justice Centre Hong Kong, Jerome Yau from Pink Alliance, and Isabella Ng from the Hong Kong Society for Asylum-Seekers and Refugees. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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