Bethune House Migrant Women’s Refuge Ltd. is a temporary shelter registered as a charitable institution in Hong Kong. Established in 1986 under the Mission for Migrant Workers to provide a safe refuge and social counselling to Asian women migrant workers in distress as they seek justice.
Hong Kong Women Workers’Association (HKWWA) was founded in 1989. HKWWA is composed of women workers, social workers and concern academics.
Our mission is to empower women workers to participate and make positive change in the community through collective effort. Our aim is to support women to tackle their problems, to develop awareness among women workers of their needs, difficulties, skills and contribution to society. We also nurture the support network and develop the awareness among women workers about their own resources, strengths, qualities and contribution to society. HKWWA seeks to provide a platform for women to participate in the policy planning and advocate for policy change.
Established in 2011, Teen’s Key Hong Kong is the first recognized young women-led charitable institution under S88 of the IRD (#91/14605) committed to helping young women – no matter their situation or circumstance – gain access to the information, services, and support they need.
We focus on addressing young women’s sexual and reproductive health, and to providing holistic treatment for young women in crisis, including those who work in the sex industry.