Today, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we invite you to join us in celebrating and amplifying the voices of survivors of violence against women.
Our former Justice Centre Legal Clinic Student and a current Justice Centre staff member will discuss how their careers as young lawyers have been shaped by their passion for and commitment to human rights and refugee law that transcends continents in an increasingly challenging environment for human rights defenders around the globe.
@321 Squat HK is a fundraiser led by Justice Centre supporter Saviera to raise HK$80,000 for three of Justice Centre’s refugee clients and for Justice Centre’s day-to-day operations in supporting the wider community of those seeking asylum protection here. Every dollar raised will be matched with a squat.
The right to liberty and security is a fundamental human right. Article 5 of the Hong Kong Bills of Rights, which mirrors Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), and Article 28 of the Basic Law guarantee everyone in Hong Kong the right to liberty and security of the person. This means immigration detainees as well as Hong Kong residents are equally protected against arbitrary detention.
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