Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong
Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong
Human rights

Hong Kong autonomy, oath-taking saga among issues NGO delegation will raise at meeting with UN committee on racism

Despite the panel’s focus on racism, group says political rights are inseparable from human rights, and events effecting Hongkongers’ basic freedoms should be “flagged” first

Topic |   Human rights
Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong
Emily Lau Wai-hing (left) with other NGO delegates. Lau will take part in her 30th UN committee meeting when the group heads to Geneva this month. Photo: Winson Wong
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