Justice Centre believes that a fair and just society creates laws, policies, and practices based on facts and data. At Justice Centre, we conduct research into issues that affect refugees and marginalised migrants in Hong Kong. We employ rigorous and robust research methodology to build an authoritative evidence base. We also partner with civil society and academic institutions to support their research efforts.
Our recent research has focused on the implementation and procedures of the Unified Screening Mechanism (USM), the prevalence of human trafficking and forced labour among migrant domestic workers, the trafficking-asylum nexus, barriers to protection for victims of sexual & gender based violence, and statelessness among Hong Kong’s migrant population.
The research data and reports we produce support our casework and litigation efforts. They are shared with civil society and government officials and Legislative Council members, to advocate for change and provide technical support and advice in law reform processes. They are also shared with the wider public to contribute to social awareness, open dialogue and inclusion.
Our research team at Justice Centre also makes freedom of information requests to strengthen transparency and accountability in decision-making processes and government social service provision.
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