Today is Day 1 of the 3-day No Coffee Challenge, we hope you will join us in showing solidarity with refugees and asylum seekers in Hong Kong by donating $40/day for the next 3 days!
For this year's #16Days of of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, we especially call for support of those seeking protection in HK & worldwide.
In 2013, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child raised concerns that “In Hong Kong, China, resource allocations to education and social welfare remain inadequate and do not effectively target the most vulnerable groups, particularly […] asylum-seeking children.” At Justice Centre, we strive to provide psychosocial support to asylum seekers – both adult and children.
Donate $40/day for 3 days in support of Hong Kong’s refugee families at Christmas. As we enter the month of December and prepare to indulge in feasting with our friends and families (following social distancing rules), there are many who are unable to do so, including refugees in Hong Kong who have fled persecution in their homes and are given only $40/day here to feed themselves. This International Human Rights Day on 10 December, Justice Centre Hong Kong invites you to participate in our inaugural “DEcaf – No Coffee Challenge” from 8 to 10 December.
Justice Centre Hong Kong and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (‘Freshfields’) have joined forces to create a mobile app to help asylum seekers in Hong Kong understand their legal rights.
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