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2 August 2017
Taiwan

Aboriginal rights campaigners yesterday condemned the government for having not carried out a promise to reinstate traditional Aboriginal territories, and they demanded that an independent agency be established to restore Aboriginal rights to land and transitional justice.

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Aug. 1 last year delivered a landmark apology to Taiwan’s Aborigines for their deprivation of rights in the hundreds of years since the mass migration of Han people began.

12 April 2017
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Indigenous Peoples and community advocates in Brazil, Guatemala, Kenya, Taiwan, and 21 other countries to take action for community land rights, April 22-29 (Earth Day)

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By: Shondiin Silversmith
Date: August 3rd 2016
Source: PRI.org

For the first time in history, Taiwan’s government has apologized to the indigenous people of the island for generations of abuse.

The country’s President Tsai Ing-wen gave an official apology this week outside her office building in Taipei.

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