According to a recent study, 56 per cent of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong were charged illegal fees by recruitment agencies. Photo: Bloomberg

UN migration agency, Hong Kong firm launch blockchain tool to prevent exploitation of domestic workers

  • The tool is designed to promote the ethical recruitment of migrant workers around the globe, and allow agencies to assess their hiring practices
  • The UN has identified 84 human trafficking victims – most of them female domestic workers – in Hong Kong over the past two years
Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
According to a recent study, 56 per cent of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong were charged illegal fees by recruitment agencies. Photo: Bloomberg
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