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    Title: 兒童權利公約國籍取得之研究 : 以臺日國籍制度為主
    Other Titles: Study on rights to nations of the Convention on the Rights of the Child : comparison of access to nationality in Taiwan and Japan
    Authors: 黃韻潔;Huang, Yun-Chieh
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士在職專班
    胡慶山;Hu, Ching-Shan
    Keywords: 兒童權利公約;無國籍兒童;國籍取得權利;日本政府報告書;兒童人權;Convention on the Rights of the Child;Stateless Children;Rights to Nations;Periodic Report of the Government of Japan;The Rights of Child;児童権利条約;無国籍児童;国籍取得権利;子ども人権
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:31:01 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 2014年中華民國政府通過「兒童公約施行法」,該公約揭示各國法律應以兒童作為權利主體,與成人享有相同之基本人權。
    In accordance with the principles proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child which entered into force on 2 September 1990. Taiwan, echoing to the spirit of the Convention, has enacted the Law of Application of the Convention in June 2014.
    As Taiwan is transforming to be a destination country of international migrants, the number of newborns in Taiwan of foreign nationalities has been increasing over years. With this background, the purpose of this research was to examine that whether the newborns’ inherent human rights are appropriately protected in Taiwan.
    The research reviewed the evolution of the Convention with the view of better understanding the origins of various legal concepts of children’ rights. Based on the review, the research, via several in-depth interviews to the stakeholders of the topic, further examined the present laws and regulations concerning children’ rights in Taiwan and depicted some practical obstacles and challenges experienced when applying the laws and the regulations. As a reference for future amendment of the laws and the regulations, Japan was taken as a lesson drawing object in this research due to similar social, cultural, economic and legal backgrounds.
    In summary, this research provided several suggestions from institutional, juridical and political aspects to better solve the problems encountered by these children and reduce difficulties experienced when practicing relevant laws and regulations, so as to render more appropriate protection to children in Taiwan.
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