No bail but immediate and lengthy detention for HKCTU chair

We write to update the case on the 47 democrats, who participated in the primaries of Legislative Council (LegCo) in July 2020, were arrested on 6th January and were charged with conspiracy to commit subversion, including Carol Ng, chair of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions and Winnie Yu, chair of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance. Their case was first mentioned between 1st and … Continue reading No bail but immediate and lengthy detention for HKCTU chair

Call for support to the autonomous labour movement in Hong Kong

Early before the outbreak of the anti-extradition bill movement in 2019, the Beijing regime has been gradually restricting the political space of Hong Kong, where the public demands, like the advocacy of labour policy, have been consistently neglected. In the last year, in the name of national security and combating the pandemic, the government deprived people of their political and labour rights more and more … Continue reading Call for support to the autonomous labour movement in Hong Kong