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  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Starts to Accept Application of Mataisah Mission [Individual Group] of 2017
    For the purpose of helping indigenous people to realize their dreams, conducting short-term study or service abroad, the Council of Indigenous Peoples will continue to accept [Mataisah Mission] in this year. Indigenous peoples are welcome to file applications to the Council of Indigenous Peoples for [Individual Group] from now to May 30. The Council of Indigenous Peoples states that it launched [Mataisah Mission] since 2013 to support indigenous people to study or service abroad and reinforce the exchanges between our country and Austronesian as well as South Pacific countries. The indigenous peoples are allowed to come up with short-term foreign study or service plan and picked over for subsidies after being approved. The plan is divided into [Individual Group] and [Community Group], the former is for the indigenous peoples of our country over 18 years old and the plan lasts for 90 days which is required to be completed in this year with subsidy reaches NTD 300,000; the application time for the latter one will be otherwise notified. The application form can be downloaded in [Latest News] of the website (www.apc.gov.tw). The application form can be mailed to the Council of Indigenous Peoples (address: 15F., North Building No.439, Zhongping Rd., Xinzhuang Dist., New Taipei City 242, Taiwan (R.O.C.) and note [Mataisah Mission Application] on the envelope.   Appendix: Mataisah Mission Text and Appendix   The Council of Indigenous Peoples Business Undertaker:Hsu, Ya-Hui Contact Tel: (02) 8995-3119
  • Fact-finding Mission of Executive Yuan for Investigation on Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage Establishment Left for Lanyu to Report the Fact-finding Progress
    ince the creation of Fact-finding Mission of Executive Yuan for Investigation on Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage Establishment in October 2016, in order to respond to President Tsai’s commitment to reporting the truth of Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage Establishment, the Fact-finding mission kept collecting relevant information to figure out the decision-making processes of public sectors for Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage Establishment. The convener of fact-finding mission and councilor, Lin, Wan-Yi demonstrated that the investigation on Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage Establishment would not be fulfilled without the participation of Lanyu People. The fact-finding mission members conquered all obstacles and arrived in Lanyu on April 21 to either report the latest progress of truth investigation or extensively take Lanyu People’s advice in spite of bad weather and marine climate due to their paying high attention to the region opinions. The vice convener of fact-finding mission and chairman of the Council of Indigenous People, Icyang‧Parod further stated that the key points delivered to the villagers at the forum held by staff unit were: all important decisions were made in the previous meetings conducted by fact-finding mission and subordinate teams; the investigation on decision-making processes of public sectors for establishing Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage and investigation progresses would be described by Tong, Tzu-En, the members of subordinate teams at the meeting, in the meanwhile, she would also reported the contents and directions of future investigation reports. After extensively taking the opinions from the region, Councilor Lin, Wam-Yi restated that the President Tsai’s commitment would stay unchangeable and the fact-finding mission is expected to complete the fact-finding reports in terms of public sectors’ decision-making processes for Lanyu Nuclear Waste Storage establishment prior to the end of June 2017 and publish to all the Investigation     Business Undertaker: Huang, Shih-Ping Contact Tel:(02)89953297
  • Skill Training of Indigenous Peoples in 2017 Open for Registration Now
    For the purpose of inheriting the tribal traditional skills to improve industrial competitiveness of the Indigenous People tribes and drive the overall economic growth of the Indigenous Peoples, the Council of Indigenous Peoples plans to carry out [Skill Training Plan of Indigenous Peoples in 2017] which is further divided into six types, namely, [Colored Glaze Craftwork Creation], [Tribal Travel Guides], [Weaving Process Creation], [Marketing and Processing Techniques], [Current Farming Methods and Exquisite Agricultural Technology] as well as [Environmentally-friendly Farming and Organic Agriculture]. Besides 22 classes of professional courses will be duly opened on May 1, 2017 in Skill Training Center of Indigenous Peoples (No.3-8, Sec. 3, Dongguan Rd., Nanshi Li, Heping Dist., Taichung City 424, Taiwan (R.O.C.). Since its inception in 1995, Skill Training Center of Indigenous Peoples has been the human resource cultivation unit for teaching, training and promoting domestic professional skills of Indigenous Peoples. Each year, the Council of Indigenous Peoples plans a series of professional training courses based on the most up-to-date trends of domestic industrial development to encourage Indigenous Peoples to make flexible use of their cultural skills and transform them into abundant industrial energies. The Council of Indigenous Peoples expresses that the indigenous peoples from afar are attracted to be here annually because of the strictly-selected courses by [Skill Training Center of Indigenous Peoples] are keeping pace with the latest industrial trends and practical, reputable, professional lecturers we hire for passing on unique skills which makes the training courses widely praised. The yearly courses conducted by [Skill Training Center of Indigenous Peoples] are opened for online registration on April 5, 2017, those with Indigenous People identities and lovers of Indigenous Peoples’ traditional skills are welcome to register. And those are interested to participate can visit our FB fans page [Skill Training of Indigenous Peoples in 2017] for online registration or call us at 04-25942731. In addition, members are provided with free meals,
  • New Partner with Alishan Farmer Association-Facilitating Local Loan Application
    Since its inception, the [Comprehensive Development Funds of Indigenous Peoples] has lent 25,779 entries of loans with an amount of NTD 8,251,880,000 in total. In order to get closer to the actual demands of business development of Indigenous People provide them with more convenient loan application services, since March 21, 2017, the Council of Indigenous Peoples has newly joined Alishan Farmer Association, Chiayi County as its target(borrower) of [Comprehensive Development Funds of Indigenous Peoples] loans. The members of Alishan Farmer Association have leaped to be the 220th administrative institution all over Taiwan. The administrative institutions list can refer to Appendix. The [Comprehensive Development Funds of Indigenous Peoples] established by the Council of Indigenous Peoples was divided into [Economic Industry Loan for Indigenous Peoples], [Youth Entrepreneurship Loans for Indigenous Peoples], [Micro Economic Activity Loan] and other loans to provide the financing consulting for Indigenous Peoples to start their own businesses, develop economic businesses or improve life quality as well as pull through household turnover expecting to assist the sound development of Indigenous Peoples’ economic society and improve their life standards. If the Indigenous Peoples desire to apply for loans, they can choose to apply to workplace, public institution or place of domicile for that. For the purpose of helping the Indigenous People gain the funds, there are aggregate 35 financial counselors over the country are accredited to different places to handle loan consulting, tutor in writing entrepreneurship business plan, assist in loan procedures, application extension measures for borrowers, provide continuous coaching for overdue lenders and bad debt expense promote the businesses of Credit Union for the Indigenous People, cooperate with undertaking agencies as well as create free financing consulting service hotline for Indigenous People, namely, 「0800-508-188」that is available for the Indigenous Peoples on a national scale. In addition, the Council of Indigenous Peoples will particularly remind Indigenous People that they should apply for loans in
  • Documentary Wrap-up Presentation for Four Sets of Indigenous Peoples’ Language Teaching Material Compiling
    For the purpose of reviewing and recording the compiling processes of four sets of Indigenous People’s language teaching materials under [Four Sets of Indigenous Peoples’ Language Teaching Material Compiling Scheme] commencing from 2009 and lasting eight years carried out by Center for Aboriginal Studies, National Chengchi University that were commissioned by Council of Indigenous Peoples and Ministry of Education, the Council of Indigenous Peoples was going to hold Documentary Wrap-up Presentation for [ Four Sets of Indigenous Peoples’ Language Teaching Material Compiling] at 14:00, March 15 (Wednesday), 2017 in conference room on 14th floor. At the conference, it’s expected to issue appreciation award for member of editorial board who were dedicated to the compiling work for a long term. Two legislators, Kolas Yotaka and May Chin would be present on the conference. Four sets of Indigenous Peoples’ language teaching materials include Alphabet, Ballad, Picture & Story for the first set; the second set is Conversations for Communication that backgrounds at shopping center, hospitals, meal order, travel and other daily scenes of life which makes learners to use Indigenous Peoples’ language in daily life; the third set is Reading and Writing which combines Indigenous Peoples’ language with literature and practical writing that teaches learners to ask for leaves or write announcements in Indigenous Peoples’ language; the fourth set is Cultures, which focuses on presenting the cultural connotation in Indigenous Peoples’ language to make it get closest to the traditional life of Indigenous Peoples. The Council of Indigenous Peoples expressed that the completion of each set of teaching material was subject to rigorous compiling procedures, including editing, review, trial teaching, graphic designing and recording. Over 461 editors were involved, from which we can see that it is a tough task to fulfill this massive foundation project of Indigenous Peoples’ language. The Council of Indigenous Peoples will extend sincere gratitude to all the editorial teams for their devotions and efforts all the ti
  • Decision from Taipei Higher Administrative Court Infringes the Indigenous Peoples’ Right of Public Access to the Media
    A few days ago (February 14), Taipei Higher Administrative Court decided to suspend the execution of punishment on Broadcasting Cooperation of China for giving back iradio and Formosa channels which has stirred a storm of regrets among the Council of Indigenous Peoples. They maintained the view that this decision has seriously infringed the Indigenous Peoples’ right of public access to the media and they have demonstrated their solemn protest.   NCC permitted Broadcasting Cooperation of China to change license on June 30, 2016, provided; however, they should comply with the terms and condition that “iradio and Formosa of Broadcasting Cooperation of China shall apply for and approve to be accessible to current frequency of iRadio or Formosa upon the completion of national radio programming carried out by Council of Indigenous Peoples and Hakka Affairs Council. Furthermore, Broadcasting Cooperation of China shall be stay cooperative and stop broadcasting and returning the frequency used unconditionally without claiming for compensations when NCC informs it to return the frequency”. The person-in-charge, Chao, Shao-Kang also committed in 2007 that the frequencies shall be returned without any conditions in the event that they were authorized to others.   Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that for the purpose of striving for the subjectivity of Indigenous Peoples’ access to media, active actions were taken for planning from September 2016, which later passed the review in November and was approved and issued with preparation and construction license and frequencies. The scene investigation and other matters related to construction are carried out for the launching tower for the time being. It’s estimated to be officially launched in August. However, the launching will be inevitably forced to come to a standstill due to the decision that has seriously damaged the Indigenous Peoples’ right of access to public media.   Council of Indigenous Peoples further stressed that subject to Clause 10 of Constitutional Provisions, the state affirms and support multiculturalism and takes initiative to maintain and develop
  • 性別平等面面觀-性平資訊達人FUN挑戰,快來闖關拿好禮
    行政院性別平等處為使各界了解性別平等資料庫資訊服務,提升社會各界性別意識,並作為引導運用性別平等資料庫參考,特別辦理性別平等面面觀-性平資訊達人FUN挑戰,快來闖關拿好禮活動,活動資訊如下: 一、活動時間:106年3月10日(星期五)下午2時30分-4時30分 二、地點:國家圖書館1樓簡報室(臺北市中正區中山南路20號) 三、參加對象:民眾、公務員(可取得終身學習時數2小時) 四、報名名額:140人 五、主辦機關:行政院 六、合辦機關::國立清華大學、國家圖書館 七、闖關規則:由國立清華大學分享5段臺灣性別平等主題故事,每篇故事分享完後,進行發表主題相關題目有獎徵答,在時限內於行政院性別平等資料庫蒐尋到答案,並於行動載具(現場備有無線網路設備,請自行攜帶行動載具)秀出網站頁面者,具有抽獎資格,獎品共計25份。 八、獎品獎項:32G隨身碟or英倫風真空保温杯425CC(由得獎者二選一) 九、活動報名:請至國家圖書館活動報名系統報名,如有報名相關問題,請逕洽行政院尚小姐(02)3356-8102;電子郵件:scch@ey.gov.tw 性別平等面面觀-性平資訊達人FUN挑戰,快來闖關拿好禮活動.docx
  • The Friendly Farming Value-added Promotion Plan of Indigenous Peoples in 2017 Starts to Accept Application!
    In order to develop the agricultural products with the features and advantages of indigenous peoples, the Council of Indigenous Peoples intends to assist the corporations or farmers organizations in undertaking the friendly farming cultivation and management course and guiding indigenous people to complete relevant validation procedures. Moreover, it will conduct research and development of processing facilities (equipment) for the special and major commercial crops of indigenous peoples so as to increase the production capacity of the tribes and refine the agricultural products. The government continues to carry on the Friendly Farming Value-added Promotion Plan of Indigenous Peoples in 2017. Organizations, co-operatives and production-sale groups which are willing to participate in the agriculture value-added promotion development should send the relevant documents to CIP for examination and approval before March 3rd, 2017.  The application of subsidy for the Friendly Farming Value-added Promotion Plan of Indigenous Peoples is divided into Transforming Type and Value-added Type. The Transforming Type is for those who belong to the traditional agriculture but have will to participate in the friendly farming like organic agriculture, natural agriculture or pesticide-free agriculture; Value-added Type is for those who have already engaged in friendly farming and aim at the secondary processing, the tertiary marketing or the research and development of facility and technology. CIP notes that the cultivation techniques of organic agriculture at present is still focusing on the primary production with small segmentation in the market. And due to the insufficient processing equipment, it is in disadvantaged situation in the aspects of quantitative production as well as processing and packing. Based on the above, there is still not a complete organic agriculture industry chain. Through the Friendly Farming Value-added Promotion Plan of Indigenous Peoples, CIP assists to enhance the production equipment of indigenous peoples, establish multiple marketing channels and fill in the manpower gap of organic agriculture in the indigenous people’s neighborhood.
  • The Survey Result of the Indigenous Peoples’ Employment in the 3rd Quarter of 2016 has come out!
    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) announced the survey result of the indigenous peoples’ employment in the 3rd quarter of 2016 (September of 2016). The number of indigenous labors reaches 261,107 with labor force participation rate of 61.01%. The quantity of employment is 250,662, increasing by 5,270 compared to that in June, 2016. And the total unemployment is 10,445 with unemployment rate of 4.00%, increasing by 353 compared to that in June, 2016. The unemployment rate has increased by 0.05% from the previous quarter which is due to the influence of the year’s graduates constantly joining the workforce. These first-time job seekers have not yet being involved into steady employment situation for the sake of business recession or discontinuation, their dissatisfaction toward the original jobs, or the end of seasonal or temporary work. Therefore, the increase of unemployed population is slightly higher than that of employed population. However, it decreases by 0.27% from the same period last year and has 0.01% higher than the 3.99% of the national unemployment rate in the same period.    According to the survey of this quarter (September), the income of the indigenous paid employee is generally 30,280 per month, increasing by 305 from 29,975 in Jun, 2016.    CIP will continually facilitate the unemployed to grasp employability skills, to choose proper jobs and to stabilize their income. Currently it has built the Santoli service platform for the indigenous people’s employment, set the JOB indigenous human resource network (http://iwork.apc.gov.tw) and the 0800-066995 indigenous employment service special line as well as the indigenous employment service specialists in various places who provide services such as employment counseling, career training introduction and job match-making to help indigenous people adapt to the employment environment. Our indigenous people are welcomed to make full use of the above.    ◎For the content of the survey report and the definition of the terms, please visit the World Wide Web of CIP. Website: http://www.apc.gov.tw/Route: Information of CIP (actively open informat
  • Indigenous Peoples' Comprehensive Development Fund for 2017 Indigenous People’s Dream Fulfillment Plan Is Now Available
    The Council of Indigenous Peoples provided the indigenous peoples with fund for conducting business by establishing the Indigenous Peoples’ Comprehensive Development Fund for financing. The items covered by this fund include economic undertaking loan for indigenous people, start-up loan for indigenous people and micro economic activity loan for indigenous people. For many years it has been providing financing service to the indigenous people who have fund demand for starting business, developing micro economic undertaking or improving life or family livelihood. The Plan has accepted over 25,000 cases equaling to NTD 7.2 billion in total. We welcome any indigenous people who have demands to apply for funds. CIP stated that in order to fully use the loans and guide the indigenous people to steadily operate their business and to extend the service scope of financial counseling, it increased the number of financial counseling personnel to 35. With the financial counseling mode based on resource integration, it creates professional counseling team service to provide loan counseling, start-up plan making, loan process assistance, loan application extension measures assistance and coordination with administrative institution for the indigenous people. Through these, the Plan can perform the financial accompanied counseling mechanism so as to efficiently help the indigenous people to obtain funds. Any indigenous people who need assistance can call 0800-508-188 for free financial service, or visit the management website of the Indigenous Peoples’ Comprehensive Development Fund of CIP (http://ipl.efarm.org.tw) for more information.                                                                 CIP particularly reminded the indigenous people that anyone who has fund demand should avoid applying for usury through the underground financial activity in cas
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