Monitoring Hong Kong’s basic freedoms, the rule of law and autonomy as promised under the ‘one country, two systems’ principle which is enshrined in the Basic Law and the Sino-British Joint Declaration.
Contact your government representatives and ask them to sign this joint statement led by the former Governor of Hong Kong, Lord Patten, and the former UK Foreign Secretary, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, expressing “grave concern” over the “unilateral introduction of national security legislation in Hong Kong.”
Use the Alliance Canada Hong Kong’s online tool to send a letter to your representatives requesting sanctions against involved officials, support for asylum seekeres, protection for Canadians, investigations into foreign influence and an export ban on military technology (see Canada’s Five Demands).
Alternately, find the contact details for your current MPs here and write your own letter of concern and support.
Sign this petition:
Call your representatives (find their number on GovTrack):
Contact your representatives (WriteToThem helps you look who yours is):
Alternately, use Stand with HK to send an pre-written email to your MP that asks them to uphold the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration.
Also, donate to Hong Kong Watch, “a UK-based registered charity which researches and monitors threats to Hong Kong’s basic freedoms, the rule of law and autonomy as promised under the ‘one country, two systems’ principle…”
Donate to groups that are supporting protestors on the ground (both groups’ PayPal accounts are not working at the moment):
Donate to these legislator-backed crowdfunding campaigns:
Donate to groups supporting journalists on the ground:
Donate to these non-profit, independent news organizations so they can continue to provide coverage of Hong Kong:
Donate to these civil society research organizations:
Pitch in for supplies that protect people during police operations: