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Taiwan conversed on human trafficking and policies for anti-discrimination

Taiwan have its strict compliance when it comes to human trafficking and the country has strived to adopt the measure of “prosecution, protection, prevention, and partnership” according to Taiwan’s Interior Minister Hsu Juo-yung, reported by CNA.

There are also anti-discrimination policies that are implemented to have a friendly environment for immigrants of different nations that study, work and live in Taiwan.

With several foreign workers in Taiwan, the interior minister visit the Filipino workers I-MEI food factory in Taoyuan which then the workers resident permit named “foreign laborer”, will now change to “migrant worker”.

The change of status is to recognize the contributions that foreign workers made for the country. UN-designated “World Day against Trafficking in Persons” will investigate anti-trafficking, social responsibility, abuse on fishing boats and regional collaboration.

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