Some of the following contents are only available in Chinese.

Response to the case concerning director Wong Ka-wai sexually abused 4 underaged girls.

Published On: 12-04-2021

ECSAF responded to the case of director Wong Ka-wai sexually abused 4 underaged girls.

More Information

Response to the court case concerning Police Officer Yu Chun-hing was sentenced to 46 months in jail due to sexual abusing 6 underage girls

Published On: 29-01-2021

Police Officer Yu Chun-hing was sentenced to 46 months in jail over multiple sexual charges in connection with abusing six girls aged 11 to 14. ECSAF responded to it accordingly.

More Information

ECSAF comments on consultation paper on Sentencing and Related Matters in the Review of Sexual Offences by Law Reform Commission

Published On: 29-01-2021

In November 2020, the Law Reform Commission's Review of Sexual Offences Sub-committee published a consultation paper on Sentencing and Related Matters in the Review of Sexual Offences. ECSAF responded to the consultation paper and submitted its opinion.

More Information

ECSAF strongly condemns the cases of a chairman of an ethic minority group and a police officer sexually abusing young girls

Published On: 12-12-2020

Statements were issued by ECSAF regarding the case of the chairman of an ethnic minority group Lung Wai-man was sentenced to 32 months in prison for indecently assaulting two young girls of South Asian descent, aged 4 to 7. The second case was police officer Yu Chun-hing pleased guilty to sexually abused six girls aged 11 to 14. ECSAF responded to these two cases accordingly.

More Information

Submission of comments on public consultation on the Proposed Introduction of Offences of Voyeurism, Intimate Prying, Non-consensual Photography of Intimate Parts, and Related Offences by the Security Bureau

Published On: 25-09-2020

ECSAF submitted its response to the relevant consultation document on the Proposed Introduction of Offences of Voyeurism, Intimate Prying, Non-consensual Photography of Intimate Parts, and Related Offences.

Submission of comments on the consultation document of the Task Force on Review of School Curriculum

Published On: 16-09-2019

In June 2019, the Task Force on Review of School Curriculum announced six directional recommendations for primary and secondary curriculas set out in the report. ECSAF submitted comments on the document, making three recommendations.

More Information

ECSAF urges all sectors of the community to join forces to protect children

Published On: 11-09-2019

The Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019 triggered a series of social events recently, which resulted in arrestments and related mental health problems of some children and teenagers. There was also discussion online regarding stories or rumors of suspected sexual abuse. ECSAF urges the public not to disseminate such information if they are not sure whether it is factually correct.

More Information

Issuance of statement on the incident of intimate photos involving a minority group leader and children

Published On: 17-05-2019

It has been recently revealed on internet forums that the leader of an ethnic minority group which claims to strive for racial equality, used the organization to reach children and took scores of intimate photos with them. These pictures showed unnecessary body contact with the children, to the extent that it may be viewed as child pornography or pedophilia by some. ECSAF took a serious view of this and issued a statement condemning the act.

More Information

Response to the court case concerning a former athletic coach charged of sexual abuse

Published On: 17-05-2019

In 2017, a female athlete alleged on social media that she was sexually abused by a coach 8 years ago. After the court announced its judgement, the case aroused strong public response. ECSAF found it to be an important case and responded to it accordingly.

More Information

Submission of views on the consultation paper on miscellaneous sexual offences released by the Review of Sexual Offences Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission

Published On: 14-08-2018

The Review of Sexual Offences Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission released a consultation paper in May 2018, raising preliminary proposals for the reform of law concerning miscellaneous sexual offences. ECSAF submitted its comments and suggestions in response to this paper.

More Information

Submission of views on the establishment of the Commission on Children for Labour and Welfare Bureau

Published On: 30-01-2018

As announced in the Chief Executive's 2017 Policy Address, the Government planned to set up a Commission on Children in 2018. ECSAF welcomed the establishment of the Commission. As an organization that protects children’s well-being, ECSAF submitted its opinion and comments on the proposal.

More Information

Response to the case of Ms Lui Lai Yiu who was sexually abused

Published On: 01-12-2017

On 30 November 2017, Hong Kong athlete Ms Lui Lai Yiu posted on Facebook that she was sexually abused by her coach when she was 13. Ms Lui decided to stand up and raise concern of the public on child sexual abuse. ECSAF deeply regrets what happened to Ms Lui, and admires and supports her speaking out about the sexual assault.

More Information