Justice Centre will be hosting a free, in-depth online training session on producing expert medical reports for asylum proceedings as according to international standards on 29 September.
Freefall is the latest photobook from Alexander Treves that documents in vivid, compelling and intimate detail, the lives of refugees and other displaced communities from all around the world. Join us at the Museum CAFE8 on 1 September 2022 to celebrate the launch of this powerful and thought-provoking photo book.
We require interpreters who are fluent in various languages to assist with our work with protection claimants. Most interpreters are paid an hourly rate; some interpreters generously donate their time as volunteers.
Our 13 year-old refugee client Naadi has been diagnosed with a rare blood disease - Upshaw-Schulman syndrome - that requires urgent medical attention.
Through the #HealthySmileforRefugees campaign, Justice Centre is making a call to all dentists in Hong Kong that may be willing to offer their services to those forced out of their home country in search of safety and protection in Hong Kong.