Since 2007, Justice Centre has worked to support marginalised migrants in Hong Kong
Driving Change for a fair & just society
Justice Centre is a non-profit non-political organisation which envisions Hong Kong as a fair and just society. To achieve this vision, our team works to protect some of the most disadvantaged and marginalised communities in Hong Kong – refugees, asylum seekers, and victims of torture, human trafficking and forced labour.
We provide direct support to people seeking protection in Hong Kong. Our team provides holistic services to enable access to legal information, quality legal representation, counselling and social welfare.
The Justice Centre team integrates sophisticated legal strategy, with authoritative research and targeted advocacy and awareness raising campaigns to challenge injustice and make lasting changes.
Through empowerment initiatives and public engagements, Justice Centre’s team brings visibility to the communities we work with and support them to amplify community voices.
Our team provides tailored support to women, children, LGBTIQA+ individuals, racial and ethnic minorities, stateless persons and other marginalised groups.
Erosions to the rule of law often begin at the margins of society, where unfairness or injustice is more likely to go unnoticed. The staff at Justice Centre believe that protecting the rights of the most vulnerable will ultimately benefit all Hong Kongers.
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Who we are
We are a team of lawyers and advocates, dedicated to promoting and protecting fundamental rights and access to justice for refugees and marginalised migrants.
Who we help
We support, empower and advocate for asylum seekers, refugees, and victims of torture, human trafficking and forced labour.
What we do
We provide free, independent, high-quality legal and psycho-social assistance to marginalised migrants. We use our front-line experience in research and awareness raising campaigns to contribute to a fairer and more inclusive society.
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We help marginalised communities
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In 2015, Justice Centre interviewed 16 refugees seeking protection in Hong Kong, as well as descendants of refugees.
Their #SharedPasts stories honour common themes of resilience shared by refugees, both past and present.