您的瀏覽器不支援Javascript,請開啓瀏覽器Javascript功能。 若您的瀏覽器無法支援Javascript,不會影響您瀏覽網頁。
::: 主內容區

網站搜尋

  • The Origin and Significance of August 1st, the Indigenous Peoples’ Day

    I. From “Fan”, “Takasago-zoku”, “Shanbao” to “Indigenous Peoples” Indigenous peoples are the original owners of Taiwan. Nevertheless since more than four hundred years ago, they have been reigned by foreign regimes and given different names. For instance, during the rule of the Qing Dynasty, indigenous peoples were called “fan”, meaning barbarian. Qing used the term ‘cooked/tamed/civilized fan’ for those who had pledged their allegiance, and ‘raw/wild/uncivilized fan’ to define those people who had not submitted to Qing rule. During Japanese rule, the Japanese government referred to them as ‘fan’ or ‘Takasago-zoku’. During the early period of Chinese Nationalist Kuomintang(KMT) rule, the term ‘shanbao’, meaning ‘mountain compatriots’, was invented. All these terms are discriminatory, stigmatized and invented by the rulers. Indigenous peoples themselves did not have the right to determine their own names. Since 1984, there have been people claimed to rectify the term ‘shanbao’ to ‘indigenous people’. On December 29th, 1984, a group of indigenous intellectuals established the very first indigenous rights advocacy group and named it ‘Association for Advancing Taiwan Indigenous People’s Rights’. With the term ‘indigenous people’, which was selected and decided by indigenous people themselves, this term came up with the hope to get rid of the stigma and made the request to the mainstream society to recognize the fact that indigenous people are the original owners of this land and they refuse to be colonized anymore. After that, The Declaration on the Rights of Taiwan Indigenous People was issued in 1987 to proclaim indigenous people’s status and rights. A highly converged consensus on the claim for the rectification of name among the indigenous society has become the core demand of the indigenous constitutional amendment movement. On April 15th, 1991, indigenous people raised their first protest demonstration for name rectification during the National Assembly amended the Constitution for the first time. At that time, indigenous peoples strongly demonstrated their collective willpower on demanding to rectify their name with the term ‘yuanzhumin’ referr

  • 臺灣首度取得2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會主辦權,在臺簽署合作備忘錄

            我國將於2022年主辦「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會」,在原住民族委員會積極籌備爭取下,今年4月經世界原住民旅遊聯盟(WINTA)確認我國取得主辦權,這也是高峰會首次在臺灣舉辦。今(19)日於圓山大飯店,在原民會夷將‧拔路兒Icyang‧Parod主任委員與紐西蘭商工辦事處涂慕怡Moira Turley代表的見證下,由我國代表原民會鍾興華副主任委員與來自美國的世界原住民族旅遊聯盟班尼‧夏曼Benny Sherman主席,共同簽署合作備忘錄,行政院發言人Kolas Yotaka也親臨會場共襄盛舉。         原民會夷將Icyang主委致詞時表示,去年4月,應紐西蘭毛利發展部的邀請,原民會派團參加紐西蘭毛利觀光局主辦的「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會」,這是我國原住民族首度受邀出席,促進我國與其他國家的旅遊業者間交流並建立關係。而後,經WINTA紐西蘭辦公室及加拿大原住民族商業委員會的推介,原民會從去年11月開始積極籌備並參與申辦,同年12月成立工作小組,並在今年的1月將申辦相關文書送給WINTA審查,終於在4月接獲WINTA來信確認我國取得主辦權。         夷將Icyang主委進一步表示,能夠在許多國家競爭激烈的情況下,脫穎而出獲得2022年「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會」主辦權實屬不易,這也代表原民會對部落旅遊的重視及用心;期望透過2022年的高峰會,各國代表到臺灣分享各國進行中的原住民族旅遊經驗,讓臺灣正努力發展的原住民族旅遊政策得到支持與借鏡,也讓國際更認識臺灣,讓臺灣的原住民族被世界看見。         WINTA這個組織長期致力原住民族旅遊發展,與臺灣原住民族長久以來與自然及土地共生共存的生態智慧不謀而合。原民會從2015年起形塑原住民族部落旅遊品牌-「uhtan'e ho mimimiyo」,品牌為鄒族語,是前往部落漫遊探訪的意思,原民會所推動的部落旅遊是藉由帶領民眾體驗部落生活,強調自然與人文資源的保育與永續利用、小眾與深度、部落共同參與經營為主要方向,串連旅遊服務所需的產業鏈,提供消費者體驗部落生活及生態智慧,並增加部落就業機會、提升部落經濟收益。2022「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會」在臺灣,來一趟薈萃亞洲深度體驗的原住民族部落之旅。   業務承辦人:李康寧 科長 連絡電話:(02)8995-3070/0922-351071   世界原住民旅遊聯盟(World Indigenous Tourism Alliance,以下簡稱WINTA)簡介: (一)WINTA在2012年3月,由6個各國原住民族旅遊組織(加拿大卑詩省原住民旅遊協會、西澳原住民旅遊業者委員會、原住民旅遊聯盟、紐西蘭毛利觀光局、薩米觀光、尼泊爾跨越喜馬拉雅環境與生存計畫)在澳洲當地原住民族拉拉奇亞族(Larrakia)的領袖共同倡議下所創立,組織成立後宣布「拉拉奇亞宣言」,目的在於尋求借鑒和分享世界各國原住民族的智慧、價值觀和知識,以滿足不同民族間以及人類與環境間平衡與和諧的需求。 (二)WINTA組織架構包括領袖委員會(負責策略擬定及年度計畫)與秘書處(執行領袖委員會所通過的年度計畫與相關策略;現秘書處位於紐西蘭)。 (三)亞太區例行之旅遊相關會議為「亞太原住民旅遊與貿易會議(Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism & Trade Conference)」,自2012年起,每三年舉行一次;然而,WINTA為聚焦於原住民族旅遊發展及擴大會議的包容性與參與度;自2018年起辦理「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會(World IndigenousTourism Summit, WITS」,由紐西蘭主辦高峰會,約有30個國家參與;2020年將由澳洲在伯斯主辦下屆高峰會。 (四)WINTA期盼透過辦理WITS,與世界各國原住民族社群、旅遊業者、政府及非政府組織建立合作關係,展開原住民族旅遊政策研究、經驗分享、提供策略與諮詢。 【新聞稿】臺灣首度取得2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會主辦權,在臺簽署合作備忘錄.doc 世界原住民族旅遊聯盟主席班尼・夏曼致詞.jpg 世界原住民族旅遊聯盟主席班尼・夏曼簽署合作備忘錄.jpg 原民會夷將・拔路兒主任委員致詞.jpg 臺灣首度取得2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會主辦權,在臺簽署合作備忘錄.jpg 與會貴賓合影.jpg

  • 臺灣首度取得2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會主辦權,在臺簽署合作備忘錄

    一、時間:108年12月19日(四)下午2時至3時整 二、地點:台北圓山大飯店10樓松柏廳(台北市中山區中山北路4段1號10樓) 三、主持人:原住民族委員會  夷將‧拔路兒Icyang‧Parod   主任委員 四、業務承辦人:綜合規劃處  李康寧  科長  (02-89953070;0922-351071) 五、活動流程及說明: (一)為推動原住民族旅遊發展,借鑑和分享世界各國原住民族的智慧、價值觀及知識,並建立合作關係。原民會爭取世界原住民族旅遊聯盟主管之「世界原住民族旅遊高峰會(World Indigenous Tourism Summit, WITS)」,並順利取得「2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會」主辦權;訂於本(12)月19日在臺與世界原住民族旅遊聯盟簽署合作備忘錄。 (二)記者會流程及媒體採訪時間表(請參閱採訪通知電子檔) ~ 歡迎媒體先進蒞臨採訪 ~ 【採訪通知】臺灣首度取得2022年世界原住民族旅遊高峰會主辦權,在臺簽署合作備忘錄.doc

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Would Raise the Salary of Social Workers in Indigenous Peoples Residence Center Since 2020

    In order to implement the policy of “strengthening social safety network”, we must rely on social workers to act as the promoters of social welfare services. In the next year, the Council of Indigenous Peoples would continue to promote the Indigenous Peoples Residence Center Plan and comprehensively inspect the working conditions and vocational safety of social workers. From 2020, the salary of social workers in the Center will be increased in an all-round way. The starting salary will be NT $34,916. In addition, the salary based on the service seniority can be up to NT $41,899. Furthermore, we would work with the Ministry of Health and Welfare to promote the institutionalization of social workers’ salaries, comprehensively review the work contents of social workers, avoid the situation of unequal pay for the same work, consider the remote location of the indigenous villages, the higher traffic safety and cost compared with the general social workers, and raise the work risk subsidy to NT $1,500, so as to substantially take care of each social worker in the Center. In addition, the promotion of social work required the concerted efforts of the public and private sectors. In order to encourage and train private organizations to invest in the social welfare related matters of the Indigenous Peoples, the employer would be given full subsidies for the labor and health insurance premiums that should be borne by the employer and the provision for pension reserves in order to reduce the financial burden. The Council adhered to providing welfare services that were appropriate, mutual, diverse, immediate, and integrated for indigenous people, and promoted the local welfare service system of the Indigenous Peoples with cultural context and regional differences. The Council hoped to lead non-governmental organizations to pay attention to the labor rights and interests of social workers through policies, establish a full-time and long-term workplace environment, inherit professional practical experience, and make social workers eager to provide services, so as to protect the social welfare rights of indigenous people. It was hoped that in the future, it

  • Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui of the Council of Indigenous Peoples Attended the Opening Ceremony of Pingjing Bridge, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County to Ensure the Traffic Safety of the Tribe

    In order to ensure the traffic safety of Pingjing Tribe, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County, the Council of Indigenous Peoples subsidized Nantou County Government and Ren’ai Village Office to handle the improvement project for Pingjing Village. Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui of the Council, Legislator Kung, Wen-Chih, County Magistrate Lin, Ming-Chen of Nantou County, Director General Shi Chiang of Bureau of Indigenous Peoples, Senator Liao, Wen-Hsien of Nantou County Council, Village Head Wu, Wen-Chung of Ren’ai Village, Chairman Kao, Chun-Ming of Representative Council and other local representatives were present at the opening ceremony on December 2nd, 2019. Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui expressed that the Nantou 85 Township Road, a road leading to the outside world for Pingjing and Pinghe Tribe of Duda Township, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County was often interrupted due to slope collapse, which made the tribes vulnerable to be isolated from the outside world. The Council actively assisted in the improvement of the tribal disaster prevention and avoidance functions, and subsidized the construction of the Pingjing Bridge, including the construction of the bridge and the improvement of the approach road and the connecting road. A total of NT $113.83 million was approved. The Pingjing Bridge was completed and opened to traffic today (2). Deputy Director Wang further said that the opening of the Pingjing Bridge could not only connect the Provincial Highway 14A of Taiwan to play the function of disaster prevention of the alternative roads outside the tribe, the tribal people no longer need to worry about the interruption of Nantou 85 Township Road and they had one more safe road to go home. At the same time, it could also connect the agricultural farming areas, making it easier and safer for the indigenous people to travel back and forth for farming. The Council would always stand on the needs of the tribe and actively assist in public construction. Business Undertaker: Huang, Wen-Chi Technician TEL: (02)8995-3274

  • Director Icyang of the Council of Indigenous Peoples Visited the Special Industrial Strongholds and Channels in Taichung City and Huadong New Village

    Icyang·Parod, the Director of the Council visited Huadong New Village in Taichung and learned about the establishment of special strongholds and channels for indigenous fine goods in Taichung today (12th). Director Icyang headed for Guangfu New Village to listen to the implementation situation of “Establishment Plan of Special Strongholds and Channels for Indigenous Fine Goods in Taichung” and then stated that: in order to implement President Tsai, Ing-Wen’s policy of “strengthening the support network between the urban indigenous people and the indigenous villages to create a fair development opportunity”, the Council invested NT $50 million to activate the Guangfu New Village, build a business circle with consumption strength, and activate and smooth the sales and marketing channels through the establishment of the strongholds for fine goods of neighboring indigenous villages, so as to promote the employment opportunities of the indigenous people, and improve the visibility of brands and commodities. After visiting Huadong New Village in Wufeng District in the afternoon to understand the progress of the project, Director Icyang pointed out that in the early stage, the government regarded the gathering of urban settlements of Indigenous Peoples as a violation of the construction, resulting in the opposition between the government and the tribes. In order to implement President Tsai, Ing-Wen’s policy of attaching great importance to the right of residence of urban Indigenous Peoples, the Council actively strove for a special budget of NT $180 million for the “Forward-looking Infrastructure Construction Plan” to promote the “Construction of Urban Tribes of Indigenous Peoples”. A total of about NT $46.42 million was spent on public facilities in Huadong New Village and Ziqiang New Village in Taiping District and Wufeng District, Taichung City for the improvement of community roads, drainage, lighting and landscaping facilities. The construction of the two settlements started on May 28, 2019. At present, the houses were re-built in Tzu Chi. In the end, Director Icyang stressed that the Indigenous

  • 2019 the 2nd Misa Kani’ Manual Brewing Festival of Fakong Tribe, Amis in Hualien

    The 1st Misa Kani’ Manual Brewing Festival of Fakong Tribe, Amis in Hualien was themed at “Drink Magnificent and Tasteful”. In order to continue and strengthen the manual brewing technique of Misha Kane’ of Fakong Tribe and to reappear its charm, the 2nd Festival was grandly held today (9th) in Fengbin National Primary School of Hualian County. Icyuan Parod, Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, came to congratulate personally and hoped that the good habit of drinking by the Amis would help the public to understand the drinking method of the Amis in daily life and the sacred significance of drinking in Qataban, so as to promote the fine drinking culture of the Indigenous Peoples. According to the Director Icyang of the Council, wine brewing was very important for the cultural shaping of the Indigenous Peoples in Fengbin Township, Hualien County. From the past, women’ different wine brewing technologies for the sacrifice and Qataban formed the diversity and content of wine brewing in Fengbin Township. Through cultural inheritance, recording wine brewing methods, and supporting the wine brewing industry of each tribe, the culture of planting and collection of the whole primary industry was linked to form a cultural industry value-added model with culture and industry. Director Icyang further said that the first wine brewing festival had achieved fruitful results, which had made wine brewing culture gradually valued. In order to continue the inheritance of wine brewing culture, the Council would spare no efforts to continue to support the activities of wine brewing culture. At the same time, in September of this year, the Council also approved the “Preliminary Planning of the Amis Wine Brewing Culture Demonstration Area in Fengbin Township.” Through this plan, we would reshape the traditional brewing culture, combine with the complete industrial chain of the traditional planting, collection and traditional plants of the Amis, construct the Amis Wine Brewing Culture Demonstration Area in Fengbin Township, and create opportunities for attracting the youth of Indigenous Peoples to return to their hometown, so as to

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Participated in 2019 ITF Get to Know the Four Theme Tours of Tribes of Indigenous Peoples!

    In order to promote the tourism of Indigenous Peoples and create the brand image of utan’e Ho mimimiyo, the Council of Indigenous Peoples had planned four major themes in the 2019 ITF, including “Tribal Craft Feast”, “Fun Tour between Mountains and Seas”, “Nature’s Refrigerator” and “Seasonal Tourism”. The Council invited Culture Development Center of Indigenous Peoples, Yilan County Datong Township Tourism and Leisure Industry Development Association, Ainan’ao Ecotourism Development Association of Yilan County, Nashan Nagu Co., Ltd., Hualien County Zhuoxi Village Gufeng Community Development Association, Bagao Tea Garden Association, Chiayi County Alishan Village Chashan Community Development Association, Hualien County Fengbin Village Jingpu Community Association, Hsinchu County Naluo Leisure Agriculture Development Association, Pingtung County Tjukuvulj Coffee Production Cooperative, Ren’ai Village Meiyuan Tribe Tourism & Industrial Culture Association and Ubake Art Space to IFT and share their funny and homelike tribal tourism. The “Tribal Craft Feast” started from the tribal crafts. The beautiful traditional crafts of the Indigenous Peoples were the most precious treasures. We invited the people to know the traditional wisdom of the tribe, make DIY by hand, and immerse in the cultural feast; “Fun Tour between Mountains and Seas” was based on dynamic travel, tourists could away from the hustle and bustle into the indigenous countryside, breathe fresh air in the mountains, wander along the beach to listen to the sound of waves, shuttle between mountains and sea to enjoy the beautiful scenery for a moment of rest; “Nature’s Refrigerator” was based on the raw materials of the Indigenous Peoples, and the Indigenous Peoples was self-sufficient. They went up the mountain to hunt and fish in the sea. Nature was the most natural refrigerator of the tribe. It would take you to know the food materials of the tribe and the harmonious relationship between the tribe and the land; “Seasonal Limit” was a seasonal tour with traditional festivals

  • Icyang, the Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Went to Yuli Town, Hualien County to Explain the Subsidies

    In order to make tribal leaders and indigenous people in Yuli Town, Hualien County understands the subsidy situation of the Scheme initiated by the Council, the Director of the Council, Icyang. Parod led colleagues and the Council members to explain to the Mayor, the leader, indigenous people and public representatives, and had a discussion. Director Icyang expressed that President Tsai, Ing-Wen attached great importance to the promotion of long-term care for Indigenous Peoples. In April 2017, when the Director convened the meeting between the Council and the Health and Welfare Department, he specially instructed that more fund should be invested in the establishment of Culture & Health Station by the Council and raised the salary of the attendants from NT $27,000 to NT $33,000. Credited to the salary rise, we encouraged the indigenous people who worked outside to return to their hometown and work as attendants, cultivated the local professional attendants, implemented government’s policy of promoting long-term care to promote employment and stabilized the care service for elders. At the same time, to improve the facilities and environment of the Culture & Health Station, the Director budgeted for subsidies, especially for forward-looking infrastructure projects. The education, culture, economic development, social welfare and public construction needed by the tribe were all important policies and promotion businesses of the Council, according to the Director of the Council. From 2016 to now, the Council had subsidized a total of NT $162.72 million for Yuli Town, Hualien County, to promote the handling of festival and ritual activities, the marketing of Yuli rice, the construction of Culture & Health Stations, the improvement of public facilities and the maintenance of infrastructures, and would continue to promote the cultural rejuvenation, economic development and infrastructure improvement required by the tribe to create safe and beautiful home. Business Undertaker: Technical Specialist Ku, Chi-Min TEL: (02)8995-3278; 0932236643

  • Opening Reception of Chi Yi Fa Lai Design Company The Council of Indigenous Peoples Helped the Indigenous People to Realize Their Dreams with “Million Development Fund for Entrepreneurship for Local Indigenous People”

    In 2019, Chi Yi Fa Lai Design Company, a well-trained entrepreneurial team under the guidance of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, held an opening reception today (2). Many people on site shared the joy with their friends. Priest Ting of the Qingquan Tribe also prayed for the company, and the Geleburg Orchestra of the tribe was also invited to perform songs and offer blessings. Director Wang, Mei-Ping of the Economic Development Department of the Council also came to congratulate. Chang, Hsiu-Wen, the founder of the company, was an Atayal people from Qingquan Tribe, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County. She had been engaged in flower design for more than 10 years. As a professional florist, Hsiu Wen had been full of enthusiasm and confidence in her work, and also hoped that she had the ability to give back to the tribe. With such a belief, she participated in the mentoring and entrepreneurship plan this year, won a NT $1 million start-up fund and six months of professional mentoring, and established a company with her nephew who had a professional interior design talent. In the future, she hoped to work with the tribal people to integrate the talent cultivation and resources of the tribe, improve the company’s service process and service projects, expand the consumer base and establish a professional design team with characteristics of the Indigenous Peoples. According to the Council, the Tutoring & Lean Entrepreneurship Scheme started from the three key points of “economic foundation”, “cultural inheritance” and “environmental sustainability” to help ethnic groups to enhance energy as the starting point of entrepreneurship through the training of knowledge and skills, innovative thinking, and value-added application of modern science and technology in traditional and characteristic cultures of Indigenous Peoples; In the past five years, the Council had successfully tutored 100 start-up teams. In the story of each entrepreneur, they also dedicated to caring for the tribe, jointly promoting the prosperity of the tribe, making the tribal environment and industry develop in a sustainable way, and achieving the concept of