Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Ricky Chu Man-kin
Opinion

Opinion

Ricky Chu Man-kin

To truly tackle poverty, Hong Kong must end discrimination against all minorities

  • Discrimination – whether in Chinese education for ethnic minorities, reluctance to employ those with disabilities, or pressure on pregnant employees to resign – breeds social exclusion, stigmatises poverty and makes a better life harder for minorities

Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Members of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority residents call for equal employment opportunities, outside the government’s headquarters in 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Ricky Chu Man-kin

Ricky Chu Man-kin

 Ricky Chu Man-kin is chairperson of the Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission