This is a full time volunteer position for those with a passion for refugee and human rights law. It is structured placement for a minimum of 6 months with detailed training and supervision provided. Volunteers will develop legal and practical expertise and provide a valuable contribution to the Legal Services of Justice Centre Hong Kong, and to our clients.
Justice Centre Hong Kong has been presented with a trophy by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) as one of the first hundred organisations to sign the Racial Diversity & Inclusion Charter For Employers. Signing this charter reiterated our ongoing support for racial diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Did you know that refugees and asylum seekers are more likely to have mental health needs than the general population? The often-traumatic reasons for leaving their host country, the potentially long and hazardous journey as well as the process of resettlement increases their risks of suffering from a variety of mental health issues. Many who walk through our door have suffered extreme trauma and require counseling to enable them to speak about their experiences. This is why Justice Centre partners with private organisations to offer our clients mental health assistance..
This week, in the name of love, we'll be sharing several stories from our beloved community of refugees and asylum seekers - the people we help - on why they love Justice Centre Hong Kong and how we've made a difference in their lives. As you read these stories, we invite you to make a love donation of $214 HKD to help us to continue to help Hong Kong's most vulnerable and marginalised communities. We'd also like to challenge you to share this campaign on your social media (use the hashtag #LoveDonationJCHK) and challenge your friends to join the fun and love! Together, we can make a difference.
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