- Introduction to the existing anti-discrimination ordinances in Hong Kong
- Sex Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Family Status Discrimination
- Race Discrimination
- How to complain
- Case illustration
The above section briefly introduces the various types of discriminatory conduct that are regulated under the existing anti-discrimination ordinances in Hong Kong. This section also explains the general meanings of "direct discrimination" and "indirect discrimination", and the functions of the Equal Opportunities Commission.
If you are being discriminated against because of your sex, marital status or pregnancy, you may find the above section useful. This section also covers sexual harassment.
The types of disability discrimination covered in the above section include: physical disability, mental handicap, mental illness, hearing impairment, visual impairment, chronic (persistent) illness and HIV/AIDS.
If you are being discriminated against because you have to take care of a family member(s), the above section will tell you more about your rights and protection.
If you are being discriminated against because of your race, the above section will tell you more about your rights.
Updated on 14 July 2014