The UN Human Rights Council meets for its Universal Periodic Review, in Geneva on November 5, 2018. Photo: AFP

Three ways Hong Kong can respond to UN human rights concerns: the world is watching

  • Regardless of how many rankings the administration cites, concerns with Hong Kong’s trajectory continue to grow
  • The UPR recommendations on Hong Kong cover migrant domestic worker rights, children’s rights, political rights and more. Doing nothing is not an option
Topic |   Human rights

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The UN Human Rights Council meets for its Universal Periodic Review, in Geneva on November 5, 2018. Photo: AFP
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Members of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong express their worry about the proposed amendment to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, at a press conference on March 7. Photo: Kimmy Chung
Albert Cheng
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Albert Cheng

Hong Kong’s extradition bill should strike fear in all who do business in China, exemptions notwithstanding

  • Despite their initial reservations, Hong Kong’s local business groups appear to be leaning towards support for the government’s revised bill. It would be a mistake, as they remain vulnerable to being targeted for prosecution on the mainland

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Members of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong express their worry about the proposed amendment to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, at a press conference on March 7. Photo: Kimmy Chung
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