This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book highlights how ordinary laws, and lawlessness, disproportionately affect the gender non-conforming apwint community when they are exacerbated by social stigma and gendered discrimination. It focuses on rural justice mechanisms in China underscores how judicial agents and legal institutions may themselves be ill-equipped to address the gap between law on the books and the practical realities of the communities such laws purport to impact. The book presents case studies that explore the rich and diverse ways in which frontline organisations' work with under-represented groups may strengthen access to justice by empowering those groups within society and increasing their visibility. It experiences of Path Finder's, which provides services to migrant children and pregnant, migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong, illustrates how civil society organisations can empower marginalised women to confront structural gender-based violence perpetuated by immigration and employment laws.