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06May

20th Human Rights Press Awards Winners Announced

The Human Rights Press Awards celebrated their 20th  anniversary on Friday, May 6, an awards ceremony and reception at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on the Central Waterfront. Winners were chosen from 274 entries. These included 139 Chinese-language works, 80 English-language works and 55 works of photojournalism. All submissions covered human rights issues in […]

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06May

Human Rights Press Awards marks its 20th Anniversary

Human Rights Press Awards marked its 20th Anniversary this year and specially held the annual award as a grand cocktail gala at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum today. The 20th Human Rights Press Awards have received 274 submissions by both local Hong Kong journalists and correspondents’ working across the Asia-Pacific. […]

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29Apr

Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Hong Kong

“Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution” reads Article 14(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was proclaimed and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948 and is widely recognised by most countries. And yet we have […]

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12Apr

Next UN Secretary General must stand up for human rights

The next United Nations (UN) Secretary General must overhaul the global approach to aiding refugees and must do everything possible to end atrocities and protect civilians in armed conflicts, said Amnesty International as the process of selecting the leader of the world body is opened to the public for the […]

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11Apr

STOP DISCRIMINATION: COMMUNITY CALLS FOR CALM ON REFUGEE DEBATE

We, the undersigned individuals and organizations, are increasingly concerned that recent inaccurate and irresponsible comments made regarding the refugee issue in Hong Kong are divisive and inflammatory. These comments are fueling a climate of fear and hostility towards both refugees and ethnic minorities alike, and run the risk of fracturing […]

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09Mar

North Korea: Connection Denied

North Korea remains one of the most isolated countries in the world. The leader of the country, Kim Jong-un, wields absolute power, directing all aspects of government and exerting substantial control over most spheres of everyday life.

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04Mar

Open Letter to Chief Executive on 5 Missing Booksellers

Act Now! Send a letter to the Hong Kong government to urge the mainland authorities to immediately and unconditionally release the booksellers 4 March 2016 OPEN LETTER Dear Hon. Leung Chun-ying, Amnesty International is a global human rights movement with more than seven million members, activists and supporters worldwide who work to […]

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