Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So
Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong national security law (NSL)

Hong Kong advocates for underprivileged, ethnic minority groups slam mass national security law arrests after two colleagues were among those detained

  • Two noted activists – one working on behalf of ethnic minority groups and one advocating for the disabled – were among those arrested on suspicion of subversion
  • Their fellow rights advocates have accused authorities of using the security law as a ‘front to target the core values’ of the city

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So
Social worker Jeffrey Andrews, vice-chair of the NGO Hong Kong Unison, was among those arrested for alleged national security law violations this week. Photo: Edmond So
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