Now in their 20th year, the Human Rights Press Awards were the first press awards held in Hong Kong. Founded by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Journalists Association and Amnesty International Hong Kong, the awards were first held in 1996. Over the past two decades, the Human Rights Press Awards have witnessed changes in different dimensions of human rights across Asia. What then has changed in Hong Kong? This book compiles a select number of award-winning works into different categories in accordance with their related articles in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, with the purpose of giving readers a deeper understanding of the human rights situation in Hong Kong.