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Amnesty International  Report 2013


 
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Hong Kong: Mass arrests a disturbing sign for peaceful protest ...
2 July 2014

The Hong Kong authorities must release all those detained solely for peacefully protesting in pro-democracy demonstrations, said Amnesty International ...

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China (Hong Kong): Human trafficking 'wake-up call' for ...
20 June 2014

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement Index: ASA 17/035/2014 20 June 2014 Hong Kong: Human trafficking 'wake-‐up call' for authorities ...

Public Statement       ASA 17/035/2014

Amnesty International | Hong Kong: The government has to ...
27 April 2014

Today an international petition with over 100000 signatures was delivered to the Government of Hong Kong calling for an end to the exploitation of migrant ...

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Abusive labour migration policies: Submission to the UN ...
2 April 2014

This paper focuses on labour migration policies that increase migrant workers' risk of suffering labour exploitation and other abuses at the hand of private ...

Report       IOR 42/002/2014

China: Submission to the UN Committee on Economic, Social ...
22 March 2014

This briefing is submitted in advance of the second periodic report of the People's Republic of China's on its implementation of the International Covenant ...

Report       ASA 17/014/2014

China (Hong Kong): Submission to the Legislative Council's ...
21 February 2014

In this submission, Amnesty International recommends the repeal or amendment of current legislation which adversely affects migrant domestic workers ...

Report       ASA 17/005/2014

China (Hong Kong): Submission to the legislative council's ...
17 February 2014

In this submission, Amnesty International raises concerns over particular issues affecting migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong. These issues are: ...

Report       ASA 17/004/2014

Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong tell their stories ...
21 November 2013

Almost 4 million Indonesians have officially migrated abroad for work since 2006. The majority of them are women who take on domestic work in private ...

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Thousands of Indonesian women trafficked to Hong Kong face ...
21 November 2013

Thousands of Indonesian women trafficked to Hong Kong risk slavery-like conditions as domestic workers, with both governments failing to protect them ...

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China: Exploited for profit, failed by governments: Indonesian ...
21 November 2013

Out of 319325 migrant domestic workers in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR), about half are Indonesian and nearly ...

Report       ASA 17/041/2013