It is a great honour for Justice Centre Hong Kong to partner with the Lowenstein Human Rights Project at Yale Law School this year.
Justice Centre would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our pro bono partner Latham Watkins for their detailed legal research on the topic of persecution risks in the context of East Africa.
In September we said farewell to Raquel Amador, our Welfare Advisor. Not only has Raquel fulfilled this role for us over the past 2 years, helping our clients with their social welfare needs, but she is also the original founder of Justice Centre (then the Hong Kong Refugee Advice Centre) in 2007.
We would like to congratulate and thank all participants for the successful clinical education programmes this year. Because of their passion and dedication, we are very hopeful about the next generations of human rights defenders in Hong Kong.
The lack of publicly available information on immigration detention makes it difficult to accurately assess the prevalence of detention in vulnerable communities.
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