Zn, a human trafficking victim, is at the centre of a judicial review to improve protections for those forced to work without pay and other deplorable conditions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Zn, a human trafficking victim, is at the centre of a judicial review to improve protections for those forced to work without pay and other deplorable conditions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong judges told ‘evil’ trafficking for forced labour must be outlawed under dedicated new offence

  • Lawyers for victim demand specific offence to tackle ‘colossal’ issue of modern slavery and related human trafficking
  • Government disputes scale of the problem, says proposed changes would have negative consequences for Hong Kong

Topic |   Human trafficking
Zn, a human trafficking victim, is at the centre of a judicial review to improve protections for those forced to work without pay and other deplorable conditions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Zn, a human trafficking victim, is at the centre of a judicial review to improve protections for those forced to work without pay and other deplorable conditions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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