Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse
Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong domestic helper loses Court of Appeal challenge against ‘live-in’ rule

  • Mandatory arrangement heightened risk of helpers being exploited, Nancy Almorin Lubiano argued in Court of Appeal
  • Judges side with the government, which said requirement was an essential feature of system and lifting it could be detrimental to Hong Kong

Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse
Domestic helpers have long campaigned for the relaxation of a rule requiring them to stay with the households they work for. Photo: May Tse
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