Labor Rights and Economic Security

The UN Proclamation of Teheran (1968) emphasizes the indivisibility of human rights, stating that civil and political rights cannot be fully realized without economic, social, and cultural rights. Economic security is vital for human self-realization, ensuring stable employment and access to basic necessities. However, contemporary Taiwan struggles with pressing issues like wages, housing, and labor conditions, which are often neglected on the political agenda. Despite this, labor unions and housing rights organizations persist in advocating for distributive justice.