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Title: An Empirical Study on Women’s Human Rights in Taiwan
Authors: 高美莉
Kao, Mei-Li
Kuo, Chung-Ling
Contributors: 台灣研究中心
Date: 2010-09-27
Issue Date: 2015-12-28 14:26:42 (UTC+8)
Abstract: A news report that a man for molesting a six-year-old girl was only sentenced to 38 months on August 30 2010, made the public angrily criticized that the judges were lack of “gender awareness” result in this improper trail.With this problem, this study will focus on and cite these survey conducted by Chinese Association for Human Rights (CAHR) from 2006 to 2009. The first part will analyze the popular survey to trace back the overall evaluation of women’s human rights from 2006 to 2009. The second part will analyze the Delphi method on the same survey. Thirdly, by virtue of “gender mainstreaming” concept, the third part of this article aims to examine the performance of government and how the NGOs have done to advocate the women’s human rights.As for conclusion, this study tries to find out the causes why the High SES elites like judges, enterprise mangers and government officials are lack of gender awareness. And have some suggestion of how to make the women’s human rights well down in Taiwan.
Relation: 轉型社會中正義與不正義問題之探討 : 臺灣與中國的比較
Data Type: conference
Appears in Collections:[台灣研究中心 ] 會議論文
[2010 轉型社會中正義與不正義問題之探討 : 臺灣與中國的比較] 會議論文

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