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  • Language Proficiency Test for Indigenous People of 2017 Will Start on December 9

    The [Language Proficiency Test for Indigenous People of 2017], organized by the Council of Indigenous People (hereinafter referred to as the Council) will start on December 9 (Saturday) in 16 test regions and 38 test rooms throughout the country. The examinees can directly visit the test website (apc.sce.ntnu.edu.tw/abst/) to enquire relevant information about the test. The examinees must check the language to be tested and test rooms as well as other related information and well prepare the admission ticket and identity supporting documents for the sake of smooth examination that day. The proficiency test majorly involves the capacity of [listening and speaking] of indigenous languages. The full marks of the preliminary and intermediate test are both 100. 60 and above shall be regarded as qualified. Moreover, the marks for listening must be 45 and above and the spoken test score must be 15 and above. The examinees enrolled in national preliminary schools (including above) and non-native indigenous people will be presented with an exquisite and practical gift after completing all the tested subjects! The Council reminds the examinees to take their admission ticket, the original copy of identity supporting documents with photo and ID No. (such as ID card, insurance card or student card/ degree certificate), 2B black pencil and eraser to the test rooms for the test in time. The examinees can visit the exclusive official website to enquire the plane graph of test rooms after December 8 (Friday). 5PM of that day will be made public on the door of each test region. Wish all the examinees success in the test.   u  Website for Language Proficiency Test for Indigenous People of 2017 (apc.sce.ntnu.edu.tw/abst/) u  Service line for examinees: (02) 2321-9585, 0800-699-566 (free of charge) u  Service faxphone for examinees: (02) 2321-1067  

  • The Council of Indigenous People Takes the Initiative to Promote Long-term Care Services for Indigenous People

    In response to the petition of the indigenous groups in the Office of the President today (December 8) to extend their opinion on government’s failing to fulfill the commitments of making the long-term care for Indigenous People and taking long-term care services for the Indigenous People, following are the statements for promoting the long-term care services for the Indigenous People made by the Council: In the end of 2016, the Executive Yuan audited and approved the Long-term Care 10-Year Plan 2.0, which was first included in the paper of [Long-term Care for Indigenous People], thereby allocating the long-term care resources in a deeper manner, providing the seniors in the tribes with culturally sensitive long-term care services. The Council stated that the Council and the Health and Welfare Ministry shall divide the responsibilities based on their specialty and be responsible for promoting the Culture & Health Station with cultural sensitivity to subsidize the local private groups (churches, associations and public interest groups) and hire the local indigenous people to take care of the seniors in the tribes. Moreover, it intends to establish a Long-term Care Foundation to provide budget for Culture & Health Station. By now, there have been 169 Culture & Health Stations throughout the nation and 486 local caregivers have been employed to serve for about 5508 seniors. It’s estimated to set up 250 stations in 2018. The Council expressed that it had executed the projects and standardized the responsibilities subject to the provisions set forth in [Long-term Care for Indigenous People], with which to put the long-term care policies for Indigenous People into force. The policies will be amended on an annual basis to overcome the problems of insufficient resources for long-term care and non-applicableness of relevant laws and regulations. For example, as for the land use policies, construction control regulations and other space limitations, after reporting, the Health and Welfare Ministry had issued liberal provisions on June 3, 2018 as described in [Establishment Standards for Long-term Care Institutions] and [Licensing for Establis

  • Cultivate Indigenous Social Workers; Boost the Solid and Diverse Cultural Energy

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council) conducted a three-day-two-night on-the-job educational training for indigenous social workers between Nov. 21 and Nov. 23. The training courses aimed to cultivate the professional skills of indigenous social workers, from which the diverse and unique cultural capacities of the indigenous social workers were expected to be boosted, thereby developing the social working methods with cultural contexts and visions, carrying out the indigenous social work adjusted to the local condition and timing. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod,who also addressed a speech at the ceremony. The Council highlighted that the indigenous social workers should be both equipped with professional skills and cultural knowledge and the private group, network units and governmental organizations should cooperate with each other. Apart from the fundamental courses provided for the training, the participants could first selected the courses which included [Mutual-aid Culture of Indigenous Peoples and Voluntary Service Policies and Actions], [Welfare for Indigenous Elders and Long-term Caring Policies and Actions], [Be the Contributor of the Tribe--My Leadership in Social Work and Influence], [My Narrative Rehearsal for Social Work], etc.. Part of the courses would be delivered in a diverse manner, such as thematic discussion, thus promoting the study mechanism of inter-sharing and communication and inspiring the cultural capacities of indigenous social workers as well as putting them into the practical work. Moreover, the head of business units from municipalities and county (city) and executive manager from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center were also invited this year to train together with the first-line indigenous social worker, the social workers from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center and cross-field integrated supervisors, expecting to create a better welfare and safety network for indigenous peoples through the mutual interactions and cooperation available in the training. The Council stated that it would continue to undertake the indi

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Grandly Held a Commendation Conference for the Winner of Indigenous Sunny Award and Excellent Indigenous Social Workers & Groups on Nov. 25

    vThe Council of Indigenous Peoples held [Commendation Conference for the Winner of Indigenous Sunny Award and Excellent Indigenous Social Workers & Groups] at 10a.m. of Nov. 25 in R204 International Conference Hall, Department of Physics, and National Taiwan University. The Indigenous Sunny Award stands for: [The spirit of utter devotion of the groups and individuals contributing to the social development of the Indigenous Peoples for a long time in different fields is like a ray of light with warm red laser that shines, breaks through the clouds, scatters around every corner of earth and brings light and prospect for the Indigenous Peoples society; the commendable stories of the prize winner are as shining and warm as the light that are pregnant with enthusiasm and vitality, honorable life and eternal spirits]. The winner of Lifetime Contribution Award, Priest Lin, I-Feng left France for Taiwan for missionary work when he was 25 and did good works in silence for 51 years in Yuli Township, Hualien County, the Indigenous Peoples area. He was recognized as the [Priest Father] among the masses in Yuli Township. He has been taking the initiative to build up an Aging Disability Welfare Agency [AnTe Yifeng Park] in recent years, expecting to accommodate the physically and mentally disable persons over 45 years old, thus providing them with an eternal home. The Chairman of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Icyang·Parod presided over the Commendation Ceremony and presented the prize personally. 14 contributors and 5 active groups won the prize of [13th Indigenous Sunny Award--Groups & Individuals Contributing to the Social Development of the Indigenous Peoples]; furthermore, 20 indigenous social workers and 12 units respectively from [Indigenous Peoples social workers] and [excellent units evaluated by Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center] to extend the gratitude to the social courses around the society for the Indigenous Peoples. The Chairman Icyang·Parod expressed that the Commendation Ceremony was meaningful and valuable and the active groups and individuals praised would bring the Indigenous Peoples society profound and positive i

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Led the Indigenous College Students to New Zealand for Mutual Cultural and Educational Exchanges

    In a bid to promote New Southward Policy, the Council of Indigenous Peoples launched [Scheme of Cultural and Educational Exchanges in New Zealand for Indigenous Students from Universities and Colleges] in 2017. The 21 excellent indigenous students from universities and colleges were selected in the Scheme and led by the Council from Nov. 20th to 27th visiting New Zealand for mutual communications with respect to the education, language and culture of the Indigenous Peoples. On Nov. 20th, the departure date, the Council held a trooping ceremony at 16F square of the building where the Council located. At the trooping ceremony, the Chairman of the Council Icyang‧Parod granted the flag of the Council to Division Head of Education and Culture Division, Chen, Kun-Sheng and extended his best regards for the visiting members to achieve the purpose of cultural and educational exchanges during their stay in New Zealand. A 5-day training courses before departure was specially carried out by the Council for the delegations. In the training courses, students would have a primary insight into the Austronesian cultures, domestic Indigenous Peoples language, Indigenous Peoples music and dance, New Zealand, Maori Tribe of New Zealand as well as international etiquette, expecting to improve students cognition on the Austronesian, the Indigenous Peoples cultures and Taiwan and New Zealand as well as languages, in the meantime, cultivating students’ capacities of dance performance skills, thereby presenting their academic achievements in the institutions and schools of New Zealand to be visited. The exchange group is going to visit Te Puni Kokiri, Te Papa National Museum, immersed Maori primary school, Waikato University, Auckland University, Te Puia Cultural Park and other institutions. In addition, they are also going to visit the local Maori tribes and farms to have a deep understanding of Indigenous Peoples life of New Zealand. Furthermore, the exchange group will have opportunity to participate in the seminars concerning Treaty of Waitangi, Maori language as well as cultures planned by the visiting units to reinforce the knowledge about the Indigenous Peoples of N

  • Cultivate Indigenous Social Workers; Boost the Solid and Diverse Cultural Energy

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council) conducted a three-day-two-night on-the-job educational training for indigenous social workers between Nov. 21 and Nov. 23. The training courses aimed to cultivate the professional skills of indigenous social workers, from which the diverse and unique cultural capacities of the indigenous social workers were expected to be boosted, thereby developing the social working methods with cultural contexts and visions, carrying out the indigenous social work adjusted to the local condition and timing. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod,who also addressed a speech at the ceremony The Council highlighted that the indigenous social workers should be both equipped with professional skills and cultural knowledge and the private group, network units and governmental organizations should cooperate with each other. Apart from the fundamental courses provided for the training, the participants could first selected the courses which included [Mutual-aid Culture of Indigenous Peoples and Voluntary Service Policies and Actions], [Welfare for Indigenous Elders and Long-term Caring Policies and Actions], [Be the Contributor of the Tribe--My Leadership in Social Work and Influence], [My Narrative Rehearsal for Social Work], etc.. Part of the courses would be delivered in a diverse manner, such as thematic discussion, thus promoting the study mechanism of inter-sharing and communication and inspiring the cultural capacities of indigenous social workers as well as putting them into the practical work Moreover, the head of business units from municipalities and county (city) and executive manager from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center were also invited this year to train together with the first-line indigenous social worker, the social workers from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center and cross-field integrated supervisors, expecting to create a better welfare and safety network for indigenous peoples through the mutual interactions and cooperation available in the training The Council stated that it would continue to undertake the indigen

  • Cultivate Indigenous Social Workers; Boost the Solid and Diverse Cultural Energy

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council) conducted a three-day-two-night on-the-job educational training for indigenous social workers between Nov. 21 and Nov. 23. The training courses aimed to cultivate the professional skills of indigenous social workers, from which the diverse and unique cultural capacities of the indigenous social workers were expected to be boosted, thereby developing the social working methods with cultural contexts and visions, carrying out the indigenous social work adjusted to the local condition and timing. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod,who also addressed a speech at the ceremony The Council highlighted that the indigenous social workers should be both equipped with professional skills and cultural knowledge and the private group, network units and governmental organizations should cooperate with each other. Apart from the fundamental courses provided for the training, the participants could first selected the courses which included [Mutual-aid Culture of Indigenous Peoples and Voluntary Service Policies and Actions], [Welfare for Indigenous Elders and Long-term Caring Policies and Actions], [Be the Contributor of the Tribe--My Leadership in Social Work and Influence], [My Narrative Rehearsal for Social Work], etc.. Part of the courses would be delivered in a diverse manner, such as thematic discussion, thus promoting the study mechanism of inter-sharing and communication and inspiring the cultural capacities of indigenous social workers as well as putting them into the practical work Moreover, the head of business units from municipalities and county (city) and executive manager from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center were also invited this year to train together with the first-line indigenous social worker, the social workers from Indigenous Peoples Family Service Center and cross-field integrated supervisors, expecting to create a better welfare and safety network for indigenous peoples through the mutual interactions and cooperation available in the training The Council stated that it would continue to undertake the indigen

  • 106年度補助台邦‧撒沙勒參加「觀光、倫理及世界公民國際研討會」

    時間:106年7月3日至7月6日 地點:荷蘭,阿珀爾多倫市 性質:發表論文 主辦單位:荷蘭薩克遜應用科技大學 活動內容: (1) 本次會議將透過跨領域學者共同探討觀光在全球面臨的問題,為公民社會建立觀光的倫理及對環境的友善,並關切從事觀光活動如何兼顧尊重原住民的傳統生活方式與文化習俗。 (2) 申請人將發表「Conservation and Culture: Change and continuity in the use of hawk-eagle feathers among Taiwan’s Rukai communities(文化與保存:從魯凱族熊鷹羽毛看變遷與永續)」,探討原住民文化與觀光結合之可能性。 活動成果: (1) 與國際學術社群對話、瞭解當代社區保育發展趨勢。 (2) 協助未來推動原民社區保育及部落觀光。 承辦人:綜合規劃處國際事務科陳小姐(02-89953093) 1061129-成果報告-sasala.pdf

  • KAHABU Peoples Donated the Cultural Books to the Council of Indigenous Peoples Expecting to Carrying forward Cultural Spirits and Vitality

    The curtain of opening ceremony of special exhibition [Speak for the Local Peoples-- I’m KAHABU] co-organized by KAHABU Culture and Education Association of Nantou County (hereinafter referred to as KAHABU Culture and Education Association), Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Resource Center, Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Resource Center) and National Taiwan University inaugurated a exhibition at the 1st floor of NTU Library today (11th). In the exhibition, KAHABU Culture and Education Association especially donated the cultural books to the Council of Indigenous Peoples and the Chairman of the Council Icyang‧Parod also extended his sincere gratefulness for the generous donations, expecting to inherit and carry forward the cultural spirits and vitality of the Indigenous Peoples. The exhibition presented the historical contexts and cultural life of KAHABU Peoples by displaying the historical literature, photos and the books independently published by the member of KAHABU Peoples and conducted seminars in Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Resource Center during the exhibition period (Nov. 11-Dec. 15, 2017) and the KAHABU Culture and Education Association and relevant scholars will be present at the seminars. The interactions, connections and dialogues regarding historical literature and researches will be carried out from the perspective of ethnic group, thus discussing the culture, history, language, belief, arts and other issues together. The Chairman of the Council Icyang‧Parod stated that in recent years, the Council has been continuing to invest in the resources to support the culture and language preservation and inheritance of Pingpu Indigenous Peoples subject to the relevant cultural and educational policies, thus promoting the self-identity and cohesive forces of the ethnic groups. Moreover, the Chairman also emphasized that Taiwan is a multicultural nation and attention from all fields of the society shall be paid to the history and cultural stories of the ethnic groups and the Council would spare no efforts in keeping promoting the businesses related to the Indigenous Peoples.

  • The Town Chief of Biratori, Hokkaido in Japan, Chuanshangman Led a Delegation to Visit the Council of Indigenous Peoples

    The Town Chief of Biratori, Hokkaido in Japan, Chuanshangman led delegation, 8 people, to visit the Council of Indigenous Peoples in the afternoon on Nov. 8th. received The Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod was welcome the delegation. They exchanged ideas about the organizational and functional operation of the Council, policy promotion and other issues. The Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod demonstrated that he went to Japan to investigate the Ainu Peoples cultures and its economic development. Moreover, he also headed for Biratori, Hokkaido was warmly welcomed by the Town Chief, Chuanshangman and the whole staffs in the town office. Apart of trip from visiting the museums, arts museums and historical museums, the Chairman also understanding the cultural assets preservation and local economic investment by the explanation of the Town Chief in terms of the Ainu Peoples cultures and economic status which left him very memorable and wonderful experience. In October of 2017, Icyang·Parod also assigned the Director and Secretary, Ye, Yue-Chin lead a delegation to visit Biratori for experience exchanging with respect to tomato economic industry, which benefit us a lot. The Town Chief of Biratori, Chuanshangman also expressed that the delegation was composed of personnel committing to reviving the Ainu Peoples cultures, professors from Hokkaido University, expecting to conduct an international communication with respect to the Indigenous Peoples. Apart from visiting the Council of Indigenous Peoples, they were also arranged to visit the Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park and Sandimen Tribe nearby, to have a field observation of the local experience of the tribe. The parties exchanged their insights into the development of arts and tourism industries and taken the investigation results back to Japan, expecting to provide a broader vision and reference. The Chairman of the Council, Icyang·Parod further demonstrated that frequent interactions have been mentioned between the Council and Japan, either in the field of culture, academy and policies for Indigenous Peoples, thus facilitating the mutual sharing and instruction. In additi