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[Compilation of Civil Traditional Habits Survey of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples (Advance Copy)] Released by the Council of Indigenous Peoples Can Be the Reference for Judicial Practice to Safeguard the Rights and Interests of Indigenous People

  • 更新時間:2017/06/03 11:22:46

The Council of Indigenous Peoples was about to hold new book Presentation for [Compilation of Civil Traditional Habits Survey of Taiwans Indigenous Peoples (Advance Copy)] at 14:30 of 8th in College of Law, National Taiwan University.

Division Head of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Wang, Jui-Ying demonstrated that the Compilation was entrusted to National Taipei University of Education by the Council for overall planning and Grand Justice Tsai, Ming-Cheng, Associate Professor Tsai, Chi-Wei and Associate Professor Kuan, Ta-Wei, Assistant Professor Pu, Chung-Yung as well as his research teams were devoted to showing their legal expertise and brainstorming to complete the compilation. During the period, dozens of scholars and experts were engaging in the review including Deputy Director-general of Department of Judicial Administration, Lin, San-Yuan and Grand Justice Hsie, Chuan-Chien. The effort results were critical and valuable with profound reference values.

Division Head Wang supplemented that since June 2014, the Council of Indigenous Peoples has entrusted National Taipei University of Education for handling civil traditional habits survey of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples. The concise and practical [Compilation of Civil Traditional Habits Survey of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples] was re-organized from [Civil Traditional Habits Survey, Organizing and Evaluation of 14 Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples Included as Current Legal Research] completed in 2011 after being analyzed and organized by the University. The advance copy of the Compilation was finally come out at the end of April 2017 which majorly provided practical interpretation for judicial practices to make up the legal practical deficiencies and promote the legislative and judicial researches.

Division Head Wang stressed again that the Council of Indigenous Peoples expected the release of the Compilation to make the civil traditional habits of Indigenous Peoples more understood among fields and lead the social masses to reflect on the legal rights of Indigenous Peoples, judicial rights as well as traditional values to further safeguard the largest target, namely safeguarding the legal rights of Indigenous Peoples based on the traditional habits.

 

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