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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Inclusion for live-in domestic workers under working hour regulation

Mission For Migrant Workers (MFMW Limited) is writing to address the concern for inclusion of live-in domestic workers and all other workers under the prospective working hour regulation. Prevalence of long working hour among domestic workers


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Give Care to Our Caregivers

On July 6, 2014, Mission for Migrant Workers hosted Give Care to Our Caregivers, an event to celebrate and provide services to caregivers in the Hong Kong community. The event had a variety of services such


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Toward a harmonious Christian household


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Upcoming May events


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Visiting Erwiana

By C-Ca-A-T I prepared myself for long daily journeys.  Only after a day did we realize that three days was too short for at least an eight-hour daily travel and meeting our objectives. Thus, travelling at midnight was needed.


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Forthcoming seminars in May


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Her Story: Suzy’s story served the warrant of arrest for Erwiana’s employer

[lenslider id="undefined"] Twenty hours of non-stop work… no rest day for almost a year … physically abused but was never allowed to see a doctor… unpaid compensation … Suzy suffered these brutal acts of violence under


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