Tai Shing, an experienced social worker who advocates for the rights of underprivileged people in Hong Kong, decided to leave for the UK after the implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law.
Hong Kong Labour News
The right to strike is workers’ fundamental right. However, the conservative government
On January 23rd, the United Nations Human Rights Council will review the
Earlier, we attended the Global Labour School organised by the Global Labour Institute (GLI). More than 100 trade unionists from over 30More
Christopher Mung, Executive Director of the Hong Kong Labour Rights Monitor, was invited to speak on global solidarity for European trade unionsMore
Public Services International (PSI) passed a resolution at its 31st World Congress condemning the government and security forces' continued repression of workersMore
Last month, Christopher Mung, Executive Director of the Hong Kong Labour Rights Monitor, visited Sweden and spoke to the Swedish Trade UnionMore