Taiwan News
Taiwan’s AUO included in Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index two years in a row
Jan 17, 2019 | By George Liao | With regard to female employment, AUO said its global female employment rate is 35%.
Preparing Taiwan to cash in on LGBT group
Jan 1, 2019 | By Chang Sheng-en
Groups eye help for foreign spouses
Dec 19, 2018 | By Ann Maxon
Taipei to commence gender audit with city government
Dec 18, 2018 | By Lee I-Chia
Taiwan’s first-ever queer indigenous festival to take place tomorrow
Dec 14, 2018 | By Ryan Drillsma | Adju Festival, which celebrates gender diversity and the queer identity, will take place in Pingtung County, featuring a number of famous performers.
Taiwan is model of women's empowerment in politics: AIT chief
Dec 10, 2018 | By Joseph Yeh
Taiwan activists: Marriage-equality movement setback not the end
Nov 30, 2018 | By Adam Bemma | Despite ballot-box failure, proponents say it's only a matter of time before same-sex marriage is written into law.
What you didn't know about the world's first non-binary minister
Nov 29, 2018 | By Rik Glauert | Taiwan’s digital minister, Audrey Tang, is shaking up the government, and not just because they're postgender.
Thousands march in Taiwan gay pride parade for referendum vote
Oct 27, 2018 | Nearly 130,000 people marched in Taipei before a landmark vote next month on LGBT rights.
Taiwan, a valuable partner for SDGs—true universality
Sex worker advocates pan Taipei over renewal plan
New immigrant mothers use small coins to reach big dreams
In historic decision, Taiwanese court rules in favor of same-sex marriage
Taiwan ranks 38th worldwide in gender equality in 2016: DGBAS
Gov't study shows gender gap still wide at the top
Although the percentage of women in top-level positions in Taiwan businesses is at a record high, there is still a big gap in the ratio of male to female chief executive officers, a Ministry of Finance (MOF) official said Sunday, citing statistics from th
First menstrual cup to be legally available in Taiwan
Many women swear by menstrual cups, but in Taiwan, strict laws mean they cannot be sold. As the BBC's Grace Tsoi explains, that might be about to change thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.
Mass rally demands marriage equality
Taiwan, US unveil APEC women’s economic empowerment plan
Activists Denounce Sex Education Critics
Girls head human rights event
In 2011, the UN declared Oct. 11 International Day of the Girl Child. Since 2013, Taiwan has observed the day with events focused on issues facing Asian girls
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