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.
The report has been authored by Jade Anderson, Head of Research, and Annie Li, Research and Policy Officer at Justice Centre Hong Kong.