National security law: why have Hong Kong’s activist groups fallen like dominoes? Who is to blame and can civil society rebuild itself?

A recent strike by food couriers against delivery giant Foodpanda might not have caught the eye of customers with many other options for meal orders, but for several of the city’s rights workers, it was a sign labour activism was not dead.It was a much-needed reminder of their relevance in the aftermath of the demise of so many activist groups, they said.Over the past year, it seemed all of the city’s opposition-leaning or pro-democracy activist groups had to fold or risk criminal prosecution…


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