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Premier Lai Ching-Tei
 
 Executive Yuan
 
 No.1, Sec. 1, Zhongxiao East Road,
 
 Zhongzheng District,
 
 Taipei City, 10058
 
 Taiwan
 
  
 
 21 December 2018
 
  
 
 Open Letter to…
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A new treaty to deepen the link between environmental protection and human rights in Latin America and the Caribbean has the potential to reduce the conflicts that lead to the murders of so many environmental defenders in the region. 
 
 The…
Bernardo, a man in his 30s, was born in a quilombo (Afro-Brazilian) community of around 60, men, women, and children in Minas Gerais State, southeast Brazil. Bernardo told Human Rights Watch that he feels powerless against aerial spraying of pesticides. “
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 Every day I fear for my safety living in this country because of my sexual orientation. I am alive but if anyone ever find out and wanted to find out, they can kill me …I am an easy target for anything.
 —Peter, Dominica,…
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Canada’s Supreme Court on June 28, 2017 upheld a lower court’s injunction to require Google to delist web pages from a company that had been copying and selling a product belonging to Equustek Solutions Inc.. Google had already delisted all the company’s…
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Last month, 10,000 people demonstrated in Taipei opposing marriage equality. They held up signs denouncing “the destruction of the family and marriage itself.” Opponents of marriage equality have used that argument in other nations, too, but their fears…
Supporters of same-sex marriage take part in a rally outside Presidential Office Building in Taipei, Taiwan, December 10, 2016.
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If China managed to assuage any fears by “releasing” three of five apparently abducted Hong Kong booksellers in late March, it has now sparked them again by its evidently heavy-handed involvement in Kenya’s astonishing deportation of 45 Taiwanese…
Police escort a group of people deported from Kenya as they get off a plane at Beijing Capital International Airport on April 13, 2016.
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As uncomfortable and politically sensitive as it may be, the road to ending AIDS in the United States runs through the criminal justice system. The groups at highest risk for HIV are those most entangled with the criminal justice system. Sex workers, men…