A woman holds a placard in a 2018 protest urging Hong Kong’s Immigration Department to review its accommodation and visa polices for foreign domestic helpers. There are around 370,000 such workers in the city. Photo: AFP
A woman holds a placard in a 2018 protest urging Hong Kong’s Immigration Department to review its accommodation and visa polices for foreign domestic helpers. There are around 370,000 such workers in the city. Photo: AFP

Can Hongkongers learn how to end migrant domestic worker exploitation on new game-like website?

  • Immersive experience by International Labour Organization aims to raise awareness among employers about illegal and unethical hiring practices
  • ‘Hiring Challenge’ creators in the city say local bosses and those overseas can all be agents for positive change

A woman holds a placard in a 2018 protest urging Hong Kong’s Immigration Department to review its accommodation and visa polices for foreign domestic helpers. There are around 370,000 such workers in the city. Photo: AFP
A woman holds a placard in a 2018 protest urging Hong Kong’s Immigration Department to review its accommodation and visa polices for foreign domestic helpers. There are around 370,000 such workers in the city. Photo: AFP
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