Through the #HealthySmileforRefugees campaign, Justice Centre is making a call to all dentists in Hong Kong that may be willing to offer their services to those forced out of their home country in search of safety and protection in Hong Kong.
Justice Centre Hong Kong welcomes the Government’s plan to introduce rent control for subdivided housing units, which includes priority for existing tenants to renew leases, a cap on annual rental increase as 15%, and a ban on overcharging utilities.
Granting the refugee and asylum-seeking community access to vaccination is a welcome development in including forced migrants into Hong Kong’s public health response, and will benefit not only this community but the whole of Hong Kong.
Everyone’s health and wellbeing is interconnected in a pandemic. This is why for Hong Kong’s public health response to be effective, it is crucial that everyone in our society – including refugees and asylum seekers – are included in the overall public health response, including equal access to COVID-19 vaccines.
Amidst the pandemic, Justice Centre Hong Kong were proud to help our clients and their loved ones celebrate Eid. On this very special occasion we were delighted to prepare and distribute dozens of food bags, which included many favourite ingredients, for what we hope was a delicious iftar.
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