Victim 'appalled' by Hong Kong's refusal to outlaw forced labour


Filipina domestic helpers celebrate Easter in Hong Kong. Amnesty International says that the Chinese finance hub has failed to effectively protect migrant workers from abuse and exploitation. – EPA, August 6, 2022.

A SEX-ABUSE victim whose case led to a judicial rebuke of Hong Kong’s failure to outlaw forced labour has said she is appalled by the government’s decision to appeal the landmark ruling.




In April, a judge ruled that Hong Kong’s lack of a dedicated anti-trafficking law contributed to the police botching an investigation into the abuse of a Filipino domestic helper, identified in court as “CB”.


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