About the Project

TransForm aims to empower ethnic minorities in accessing legal resources by reducing language barriers.


  1. To enhance access to justice in underprivileged communities by removing language barriers and legal
  2. To promote the well-being of the underprivileged communities by addressing unequal access to legal
    resources and redress, and provide legal training to partner NGOs staff;
  3. To promote awareness of and inspire future lawyers and community leaders from all walks of life to empower
    underprivileged communities.



  • Legal Brochures
    The team produced two sets of legal brochures to raise the awareness of ethnic minorities’ rights in two specific areas: One set is related to employment and the other highlights the rights and obligations of subdivided flat tenants under the Landlord and Tenant (Consolidation) (Amendment) Ordinance 2021.
    You may read their legal brochures here.


  • Legal Training to NGOs
    The team held a workshop for Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers-Kowloon (Ethnic Minority Service) staff on legal concepts relating to employment. Even though there are professional translation services available in Hong Kong, they often have to be booked in advance, while most service users of the NGO reach out to them on an ad hoc basis. The workshop was aimed at equipping the staff with the knowledge to facilitate communication with ethnic minority service users with these ad hoc enquiries.


To learn more about their project, check out the Law for Change Student Competition report here.