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    Mission For Migrant Workers (MFMW Ltd.) is a registered charity in Hong Kong, devoting to services to the migrant domestic workers, including para-legal assistance, education and organizing, shelter provision. We are now recruiting students


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As I was preparing my KYR in this issue, I came across an article that I believe will really make migrant workers happy. Here, I will share the important parts of the article and towards the


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project of the MFMW’s Pastoral Care and Social Welfare held on 12 October 20 2014 at the Fanny Li Hall, St. John’s Cathedral, Hong Kong.


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The Mission for Migrant Workers expresses our sadness on the death of the 45-year old Filipino domestic worker in Tseung Kwan O after a wall cabinet fell on her head while she was sleeping on a


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When a contract is about to end, the main concern of a foreign domestic worker is whether or not the contract will be renewed. Many of the calls we received in the past month were inquiries


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The second issue of Migrant Focus has already been uploaded! Check out the great things happened in the past three months. Please Wait for 30 seconds for issuu preview. Or you can download it here: Migrant Focus


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Thanks to Bank of America Merril Lynch, we were able to provide the Thai Food Carving training to the migrants. For more photos, please go to the album of our facebook page.


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We are so good at coining words like “break contract”, “terminate”, “early release”, and so on; and these words continue to carry certain meanings that become part of our every day life that even if they


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Know Your Rights Training

On August 10, 2014, Len Tomas Dizon led a Know Your Rights training for migrant workers. The session focused on the Employment Ordinance and other legal rights for workers.


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Understanding Chinese Culture

On July 20, 2014, Jackie Hung from Justice & Peace commission of HK Catholic Diocese gave a sharing on Understanding Chinese Culture to migrant domestic workers now at Li Hall, St. John’s Cathedral. Thank you to


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