Fulfilling every child’s potential

PathFinders child of hong kong

The Immigration Department has released information about 3 siblings aged between 17 and 19 who have been living in Hong Kong undocumented and without ever attending school or accessing a public hospital. These are the most delayed birth registrations ever in Hong Kong. Every year, PathFinders manages several cases of older children living without a birth certificate.


International Organization for Migration Seminar

Pathfinders at International Organization for migration

PathFinders participated at the International Organization for Migration seminar day on Identification and protection to Victims of Human Trafficking in Hong Kong. We discussed ideas for enhancing protection measures, victim identification, support and challenges with direct assistance.


PathFinders urges pregnant migrant workers to please seek help!

PathFinders: urging pregnant migrant workers to seek help

The Immigration Department has released information about 3 siblings aged between 17 to 19 who have been living in Hong Kong undocumented and without ever attending school or accessing a public hospital. These are the most delayed birth registrations ever in Hong Kong. The mother is a former foreign domestic worker, the father is a Hong Kong resident. PathFinders urges migrant domestic workers who

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RTHK Interview

PathFinders RTHK interview

RTHK’s Vicky Kung spoke to local NGOs and lawyers about cases of “undocumented” children and young people and why their parents choose to live with their families under the radar.