Every year, four young people from Hong Kong and beyond participate in Justice Centre’s Young Advocates’ Programme, to give them insight into the workings of refugee law and human rights advocacy in a real practice setting. Here, Claudia Chu, one of this year’s Young Advocates, reflects on her experience of the programme.
Every year, the US State Department rates countries around the world on progress they have made to combat human trafficking and forced labour, publishing the results in its Trafficking in Persons Report. It is disappointing that Hong Kong was downgraded to Tier 2 in 2009, where it has languished ever since.
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