Making the invisible truly visible: this year celebration of LGBT+ inclusion takes a deeper meaning as it falls during The Shield of Justice campaign
The article co-written by Azan Marwah and Billy Wong is part of The Shield of Justice campaign, which will run until December 2022 in support of Hong Kong Committee on Children’s Rights
Estate and wealth planning is key for everyone, however families with children affected by disabilities must pay extra attention when making such plans.
Readers urge the government to address the needs of the city’s children who have been adversely affected by the 2019 unrest and the pandemic, discuss the mental health toll of China’s zero-Covid policy on the youth, and argue that Hong Kong NGOs should focus on the local elderly
What happens when a separated or divorced parent wants to leave with the child, while the other parent wants to stay in Hong Kong, and wants the child to stay here with them?
SCMP | Coronavirus: ‘consider children’s growth,’ concern group urges Hong Kong officials after parents complain about extending vaccine pass to those as young as 5
HKCCR received more than 1,600 messages over weekend from parents worrying about restricted access citywide for young ones – Group warns that children from smaller homes or with special needs will be most affected if they cannot attend activities at public venues
As Hong Kong considers legal reforms for child protection, and possibly human trafficking, we must ensure they will also eradicate forced marriage
Vaccinations should not be a pre-condition for children’s fundamental rights
Formed in December 2021, the Legal Services Hockey Team, comprises of solicitors, barristers, and various legal professionals
Preamble Our beloved city has suffered greatly in the past three years. It has been painful and difficult for adults, not to mention our children who are experiencing all of…