PathFinders is hiring a Case Manager

hiring case manager

PathFinders is Seeking a Case Manager to provide crisis intervention to pregnant migrant workers; ̇Diploma or above, RSW ̇Excellent command of spoken and written English. Proficient in Cantonese/ Bahasa Indonesian; ̇Mature, able to work under pressure, passionate in working with migrants/crisis ̇A positive thinker with a can-do attitude, a good team player ̇5-day work week, required to work on 1-2 weekend/month Please visit www.pathfinders.org.hk/public/about/jobs/

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PathFinders’ Annual Report 2016!

PathFinders’ Annual Report is released! 2016 was PathFinders’ busiest year ever – we supported 900 new babies and women. We have now helped over 4,800 of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable people. The babies’ mothers are typically current or former foreign domestic workers and almost 90% of their fathers are in Hong Kong. We could not do our work without significant support. Thank you for

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Member of Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children

The global partnership brings together governments, foundations, the UN, civil society, the academia, the private sector and young people in driving action toward achieving the new Sustainable Development Goals’ target to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children. PathFinders is now part of this significant initiative. Learn more here.


PathFinders in TIME Magazine

TIME Magazine published an in-depth story about the people PathFinders helps every day – ethnic minority, migrant women and their Hong Kong-born children who barely survive in a legal, health care, welfare and immigration void here in Hong Kong. The piece is called: Living Without an Identity: The ‘Heartbreaking’ Plight of Undocumented Children in Hong Kong. It captures well the situation facing the women

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Poh Lee Tan retires from Board of Directors

The fabulous Poh Lee Tan has retired as an executive board director of PathFinders and joins our board members emeritus. Poh Lee’s retirement will allow her to focus more on helping the vulnerable elderly through the charity she founded, Mighty Oaks Foundation. PathFinders is grateful to Poh Lee for her steadfast advice and kindness and wishes her well at Mighty Oaks Foundation. Read here

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PathFinders receives a prestigious certificate

PathFinders are honoured and humbled to receive a prestigious humanitarian certificate from the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at a ceremony held this week. PathFinders were a nominee of the ‘Hassan Wirajuda Award for Civil Society’, given for protection of Indonesian citizens abroad. The certificate of appreciation represents the steadfast efforts of PathFinders current and former volunteers, staff, board and co-founders to ensure that

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Netra’s story

Netra spent the first four years of her life living without an identity. She had never accessed social services, been to school or received identification. She did not exist. Her mother had been unlawfully terminated from her job when she became pregnant. After finding PathFinders, a social worker helped Netra’s mum to submit a paternity claim and re-register her father, a Hong Kong Permanent

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Hot off the Press!

Is increasing your knowledge and understanding one of your new year’s resolutions? Read about PathFinders’ work, and the legal and policy landscape giving rise to the extraordinary, and often heartbreaking, lives of the babies, children and women PathFinders serves. These publications were written by PathFinders’ team (Kay McArdle, Luna Chan and Jenny McAlpine) and Professor Hans J. Ladegaard at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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PathFinders’ CEO receives David Clarke Social Innovation Fellowship!

The Macquarie Group Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Macquarie Group, has selected PathFinders CEO Kay McArdle as the 2016 Hong Kong winner of the David Clarke Social Innovation Fellowship. PathFinders submitted a proposal to understand and to benchmark established, innovative and proven organisations providing access to justice; to learn how most effectively to bridge the gap between the NGO and legal sectors; and to

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