Expert-By-Experience Committee

Justice Centre is convening the Expert-By-Experience Committee (the Committee) as a means of ensuring that our work is grounded in the lived realities of being a refugee and/or non-refoulement claimant in Hong Kong; and that people with direct experience of these realities are meaningfully engaged in the design of our services, programmes and strategies.

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Research and Policy Intern

The Policy and Research intern will develop public policy and research expertise and provide a valuable contribution to Justice Centre’s clients and the Research, Policy and Advocacy team. We particularly encourage candidates from minority backgrounds to apply, including LGBT+ people, disabled people, ethnic minorities, and refugees.

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The $40 Challenge

For 5 days from 27 May until 31 May sign up to live just one of the limitations that refugees face in Hong Kong. Budget to spend $40 a day on food and share your experience on social media to help us raise awareness for the plight of refugees living in our city.

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Legal Assistant

The Legal Assistant is a position for those with legal experience and for those with a passion for supporting refugee, asylum seekers and other forced migrants in the Hong Kong SAR. It is a structured position, generally requiring a minimum commitment of six months, with detailed training and supervision provided. Volunteers will develop legal and practical expertise and deliver a valuable contribution to the Legal Services of Justice Centre Hong Kong, and to our clients.

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