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Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD On the Line
2017-01-29
  • Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Poster of "Stop Enforced Disappearances" (Photo by AFAD)
  • Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD (in white) at Taiwan's Presidential Palace
  • Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD (left ) and Taiwan's Vice President Chen Chien-jen (right)
  • Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Interview with Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of AFAD

    Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso (in white), the secretary general of AFAD receives Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award in 2016

The Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances (AFAD) was awarded the Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award in 2016 for their efforts to rescue and speak out for the disappeared despite facing political pressure and lack of resources.

 

Ms.Mary Aileen Bacalso, the secretary general of the Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances (AFAD) said Bangladesh has the most cases of enforced disappearances. She said many governments try to justify their problems by using national security as an excuse to take away political dissidents or opponents by force.

 

Interview with Mr.Martin Eberts, Director General, German Institute Taipei

Interview with Mr.Martin Eberts, Director General, German Institute Taipei

Interview with Mr.Martin Eberts, Director General, German Institute Taipei

2017-10-22 01:00:00

Mr.Martin Eberts, the Director General of the German Institute Taipei, said the election in Germany ended peacefully and he was not surprised at the results.

The German representative in Taiwan said the political situation in Germany has changed and it is a normal process in a democracy so there is no need for any worries that a new party, AfD, the right-wing party will join the parliament. The government will continue to address the economic and security issues and fulfills its obligation to implement the climate change policy. Terrorism is EU’s citizens fastest growing concern and Germany will work with other countries in the world to combat terrorism.

 

Collaboration with Taiwan will increase with the focus on the energy sector that was introduced a couple years ago, Mr.Martin Eberts added. The focus of the cooperation will be on renewable energy and energy transition both on the regulations and laws as well as the technical side especially in the field of off-shore wind energy adding that Germany could share with Taiwan the experience of energy transition. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx5ne9KS7Y4

 

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