‘Not Stopping Here’

6th December 2018  

British Consulate-General Hong Kong

Event details

What the event is about:

This report explores how and why Hong Kong may be a transit site for human trafficking. It is the first one on the subject that has been carried out. Sectors and activities studied include the domestic work sector, the sex work sector, and the drug trade. Recommendations on policy and law are made in the report. Justice Centre Hong Kong hopes that these early findings will prove to be the start of much needed conversations about how and why people are being moved through the city.

Authors of the report Jade Anderson, Head of Research, and Annie Li, Research and Policy Officer, will present the research findings. Marika McAdam, an independent legal consultant who has conducted extensive research on human trafficking, will also present about what Justice Centre’s research findings may mean to her research.

Date & Time: 09:30 Thursday 06 December 2018 

Venue: British Consulate-General Hong Kong, 1 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong (Access through the Justice Drive Entrance)

RSVP here.Limited Seats Only.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Special Thanks to:

RSVP to Annie ([email protected]) by 3 December 2018 (Monday). Registration is essential for entry as spaces are limited. Visitors will be asked to present a photo ID at the security check.