Taiwan Foundation for Democracy Fellowships

Taiwan Foundation for Democracy FellowshipsEvery year, the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy grants a limited number of fellowships to scholars and practitioners from outside Taiwan who wish to pursue research related to Taiwan’s democracy and human rights. The TFD divides its fellowships into four categories: Dissertation Fellowships, for PhD candidates writing their thesis; Postdoctoral Fellowships, for…

Indigenous Language Revitalization Experience Exchange between Taiwan and Australia

The sharing and exchange forum in Sakuban Community (first row from the left: Susan Moore, Deputy Director from Australia Office in Taiwan; Joyce Bonner, the member of Yamani Project; Akawyan Pakawyan, the Puyuma teacher; and Leonora Adidi , the member of Yamani Project) Indigenous Language Revitalization Experience Exchange between Taiwan and Australia Center of International…

Sabah Law Society Members Paying Visit to Discuss Indigenous Rights

Sabah Legal Delegation and representatives from the HJTJ and the Council of Indigenous Peoples Sabah Law Society Members Paying Visit to Discuss Indigenous Rights Center of International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA) has been dedicated to supporting National Dong Hwa University’s (NDHU) internalization since its foundation in the year of 2014. In conformance with the academic goal…

Intercollegiate Cooperation Setting foot in Finland to Have an Academic Exchange on International Human Rights

After the speech in Åbo Akademi University, a group picture of all the scholars from the Faculty of Social Science, Business, and Economics was taken (From left to right: Prof. Pamela Slotte, Dean Marko Joas, Prof. Jolan Hsieh, Prof. Magdalena Kmak, and Dr. Inga Saikkonen)   Intercollegiate Cooperation Setting foot in Finland to Have an…

Awards for Those Who Dedicated to Indigenous Education in World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium

The WINHEC co-chair Dr. Elmer Guy (left) gave the circle-of-honor award of Chiefs of Indigenous Leadership to Dr. Hohaia Collier from New Zealand. Dr. Collier just finished his term of WINHEC co-chair and became the president of WINU this year Awards for Those Who Dedicated to Indigenous Education in World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium…

World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Had Been Held Successfully in Taiwan

WINHEC was hosted by Taiwan from 28th July to 2nd August, 2019 World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Had Been Held Successfully in Taiwan World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC), which consists of eight nations, was presided by Dr. Bavaragh Dagalomai (Jolan Hsieh, 謝若蘭), the director of Center of International Indigenous Affairs, College of…

Namoh Rata Receiving Honorary Doctorate from The World Indigenous Nations University

The chairman of Hualien Indigenous Community College, Sifo Lakaw who has been deeply influenced by Maori culture’s revitalization and also conductsed immersion education at home, said he was also proud of being one of Pangcah people. Each member country of World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) nominates their honorary doctorates who have been through…

Professors of Top Universities from New Zealand Came for a Visit and Exchange for Future Cooperation in Indigenous Studies

Center for Internaitonal Indigenous Affairs (hereinafter referred to as CIIA) hosted Dr. Linda Waimarie Nikora and her accompanies for visiting local communities and engaging in exchanges of local issues. Being their first time visiting Taiwan, the visit consisting of abundant experiences and fruitful conversations resulted in further willingness of cooperation on both parties. Dr. Nikora…

Administrators at University of Ottawa Visited NDHU in Talks for Future Inter-collegiate Collaboration

With the hope of promoting actual collaboration with aborigines abroad on academic research, NDHU’s Center of International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA), managing to take advantage of its uniqueness and its mission, signed a memorandum on off-site courses, which are meant to allow visiting students opportunities to appreciate local Taiwanese culture through interaction with Taiwanese students, lectures…

Geothermal Energy seminar focused on New Zealand’s experience, Taiwan’s potential, Indigenous perspectives.

About this Event Tuesday 25 June 2019 (0830h – 1230h) Hilton Taipei Sinban Hotel (meeting room ‘Auspicious A’) No.88 Minquan Road, Banqiao District, New Taipei City Free admission by registration (register before 20 June) The ‘Think Geothermal’ Seminar on 25 June 2019 will be a unique opportunity to hear from four New Zealand geothermal industry…