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The black-market labour racket and the middlemen making millions

Nov 23rd, 2015 | Crime, Immigration, Media | Comment

SCMP - The black-market labour racket and the middlemen making millions

Hong Kong refugees living rough

Nov 12th, 2015 | Food, Housing, Media, Welfare | Comment

Aljazeera - Hong Kong refugees living rough

Democratic Party to raise issues at UN torture hearing

Nov 10th, 2015 | Government, Media, Rejection | Comment

SCMP - Democratic party to talk at CAT meeting

TVB report “Asylum Angst”

Nov 3rd, 2015 | Advocacy, Crime, Government, Immigration, Media, Personal Experiences, Welfare | Comment

TVB - Pearl Report - Asylum Angst (2Nov2015)

EL PAIS – Hong Kong (also) turns its back on refugees

Nov 2nd, 2015 | Housing, Immigration, Media, Racism, Welfare | Comment

English translation by Google 

El Pais - Hong Kong (also) turns its back on refugees (30Oct2015)

Game changing Snowden resolution

Nov 2nd, 2015 | Media | Comment

Sputnik - Game Changing Snowden Resolution

Government investigates organised scam providing transport and fake papers for Indians to claim asylum

Oct 29th, 2015 | Crime, Immigration, Media | Comment

SCMP - Hong Kong government investigates organised scam providing transport and fake papers for Indians to claim asylum

議員斥免遣返聲請遭濫用 黎棟國:盡力防止

Oct 29th, 2015 | Crime, Government, Immigration, Media | Comment

TVB on Legco questions on USM (28Oct2015)

Alarm over rise in dubious Indian refugee claimants

Oct 29th, 2015 | Immigration, Media | Comment

Standard - Alarm over rise in dubious  Indian claims

Homeless refugees and locals spend nights in McDonald’s

Oct 28th, 2015 | Housing, Media, VF Opinion, Welfare | Comment

Homeless refugees, both new-arrivals and veterans, frequently spend nights in McDonald’s especially during cold winter months. Prohibited from working and inadequately supported by the Social Welfare Department, a growing number of refugees are becoming homeless and sleeping in parks, passageways and under flyer-overs. McDonald restaurants are the only establishments that offer safety and comparable tranquility overnight. Similarly to impoverished residents, refugees huddle up on benches with their few belongings after midnight and return to the street at the crack of dawn, before their presence inconveniences breakfast customers. It is disgraceful that Hong Kong Government fails to support its poorest citizens and reduces refugees to dehumanizing destitution. 

BBC - McRefugees of Hong Kong

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