Taiwan Human Rights Journal Website:https://www.taiwanhrj.org/index.html

Volume 7, Issue 1, published in June 2023

Editor's preface / Chiung-chu Lin (Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, National Chung Cheng University, Chaiyi)

Research Paper

  1. Refusal to Granting Residency: Exiled Tibetans Holding Indian Identity Certificates and Taiwan’s Border Control Policy
    Author:Mei-Lin Pan (Professor & Chair, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University)
  2. First Mechanism, Slow Development —Analyses of Individual Communications of the ICERD
    Author:Fort Fu-Te Liao (Research Professor, Institute of Law, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Joint Appointed Professor, College of Law, Tunghai University)

Human Rights Forum

  1. A Search for Light and Life: Reflections on the Impact of the Road to Freedom Youth Camp on Young People’s View of Transitional Justice
    Author:Yu-Chieh Chang (Volunteer of Dr. Chen Wen-Chen Memorial Foundation / Graduated student, Master of Laws, Public Law Program, Soochow University)
  2. The Kiōng-Seng Music Commemoration: Narrating of the 2-28 Massacre
    Author:Yu-An Tsai (Managing Director of Taiwan Youth Association for Transitional Justice and Kiōng-Seng)
  3. The Struggle for Housing Rights in Ljavek
    Author:Tung Lin (Director of Southern Office at Taiwan Association for Human Rights)

Notes from the Field

  1. COP27 Adopts a Historical "Loss and Damage" Fund for Climate Disaster in Developing Countries
    Author:Ho-Ching Lee (Professor, Center for General Education, National Central University)
  2. Development of Just Transition Policies under a Global Climate Regime
    Author:Chia-Wei Chao (Research Director, Taiwan Climate Action Network), Pei-Wei Yang (Research Assistant, Taiwan Climate Action Network)
  3. Problems of Survival for Tibetan Exiles in Taiwan
    Author:Hui-Chuan Lu (Editor in chief, The Sky Above Tibet)

Books Review Essays

  1. [Film Review] Listen to Children, Make Changes Come True? The Reflection and Teaching Application of the Documentary "Demain est à nous (Tomorrow is ours)"
    Author:Mei-Ying Tang
  2. [Book Review] How to Understand Democratisation in Postwar Hong Kong: A Review on the book "The Earliest Political Parties and Democracy Fighters in Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Reform Club and the Hong Kong Civic Association" by Tsang Yik-man Edmond
    Author:Wing-Kin Chui

Comments from the Reader

  1. A Letter from Prof. Doek
    Author:Jaap E. Doek (Former chairperson of UN CRC Committee Emeritus professor of Law (Family and Juvenile Law) at the Vrije Universiteit University in Amsterdam)


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