Human Rights and Democracy Reinforcement

Democracy entails more than voting; it involves ensuring the complete protection of basic human rights. In today's Taiwan, numerous groups endure various harsh oppressions, which include: prisoners facing flawed justice systems, immigrant workers suffering societal exclusion, disabled individuals lacking supportive environments, students or soldiers enduring improper discipline, ordinary citizens experiencing data breaches, and victims of state violence during the White Terror era. To advance human rights in Taiwan, many advocacy groups delve into these issues, fostering a more tolerant and diverse society.