International Religious Freedom Report for 2010: Taiwan Part

18 November, 2010 | Human Rights, Reports

OT-1028E | Date: 11/18/2010 The constitution provides for freedom of religion, and other laws and policies contributed to the generally free practice of religion. Taiwan authorities generally respected religious freedom in practice. There was no change in the status of respect for religious freedom by Taiwan authorities during the reporting period. There were no reports ...
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America’s Engagement in the Asia-Pacific

2 November, 2010 | Speeches

OT-1026E | Date: 11/2/2010 The original idea for this speech is that we were going to do it outside. And if you saw the front page of the newspaper this morning where I was being greeted by Admiral Willard with my hair straight up in the wind (laughter) we decided we didnt want another story ...
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10th Anniversary of Trafficking Legislation

29 October, 2010 | Speeches

OT-1027E | October 29, 2010 | Elementary students across America are taught that slavery ended in the 19th Century. But, sadly, nearly 150 years later, the fight to end this global scourge is far from over.

2009 Human Rights Report (Taiwan Part)

25 March, 2010 | Human Rights, Reports

OT-1007E | Taiwan generally respected the human rights of its citizens; however, the following problems continued to be reported: corruption by officials, violence and discrimination against women, trafficking in persons, and abuses of foreign workers.
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