Hong Kong Free Press highlights the plight of trafficked domestic workers and the barriers they face in accessing justice. Singh & Eva, faced challenging circumstances during their employment and were supported by HELP during their long-drawn legal battle. Danilo Reyes, Head of Case Management & Research at HELP, talks about how peer‐support initiatives can serve as important avenues through which survivors explore their experiences, receive support, and feel empowered.
After escaping exploitation, trafficked domestic workers in Hong Kong face another hurdle – legal recognition – Hong Kong Free Press HKFP
Like many other migrant workers who leave their hometowns, Dolly Singh* came to Hong Kong from India in 2019 to support her family. The then 24-year-old Punjabi thought she could trust a distant relative in Hong Kong to employ her as a domestic worker. When she arrived, she signed her name on a blan…