Labour Movement

Hong Kong's foreign 'helpers' fight for equality

  Foreign domestic workers asking for equal rights and fair treatment

Joint Statement on Strong Opposition of Contracting out Recreational and Sports Facilities Service in HKUST

16 May 2012 HKUST will contract out the recreational and sports facilities service under the Student Affairs Office (SAO) without extensive consultation with the students.

Maids in Hong Kong sue for residency rights

By Beh Lih Yi Saturday, August 13th, 2011 Hong Kong is set to hear later this month a Filipino domestic helper’s legal bid for permanent residency in the southern Chinese city, in a landmark case that has sparked heated debate. A successful legal challenge will be a first of its kind in Asia, activists said, and a recognition of rights and equality for domestic workers, who are mostly from labor-exporting countries such as the Philippines and Indonesia.

Rally for Pay Rise and Collective Bargaining Right, 5 Dec 2010

Date: 5 December 2010 (Sunday)Time: 11amVenue: Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden (Yung Shue Tau Rest Garden), Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon (Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR Station)
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