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    Title: 日本人權非政府組織與聯合國關係之研究
    Other Titles: The research on the activities of Japan's non-government human rights organizations and their relations with the United Nations
    Authors: 簡蕙茹;Chien, Hui-ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本研究所碩士在職專班
    胡慶山;Hu, Ching-shan
    Keywords: 非政府組織;人權非政府組織;聯合國憲章第七十一條;第一九九六/三一號決議;經濟暨社會理事會非政府組織協議地位;non-governmental organization (NGO);non-governmental human rights organization;Article 71 of Charter of the United Nations;ECOSOC resolution 1996/31;ECOSOC Consultative Status;非政府組織(NGO);人権NGO;国連憲章第71条;1996/31決議;経済社会理事会のNGO協議資格
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:55:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著全球化時代之來臨,傳統上認為國內事務歸內政相關部門管轄或處理,而國際事務則交由外交相關部門掌理,一般私人部門、非營利組織及個人皆非外交工作之主體或單元等觀念,已被多數人認為是一個不合時宜的陳舊思想。
    Traditionally, domestic affairs are governed by Interior Ministry and its subordinate departments while international affairs are under the jurisdiction of Foreign Ministry. Private organizations, non-profit organizations, and individuals are not regarded as proper parties to engage in official works of diplomatic missions. With the coming trend of globalization, this concept is now thought inappropriate and outdated.
    The main functions of non-government human rights organizations include provision of relevant information, lobbying activities, human rights protection, human rights education, etc. The promotion of human rights issues requires the support and participation from various sectors of the society in addition of the efforts of non-governmental human rights organizations so as to enhance the influence and to speed up the progress.
    In the past, the human rights issues in Japan and Taiwan did not receive as much attention as in Europe and the United States. The situations, however, have changed a lot in recent years and there have been significant developments in both countries. Through the study on Japan’s non-governmental human rights organizations’ participation in the United Nations’ human rights activities, we aim not only to highlight the crucial roles played by the UN and NGOs in the advocacy and protection of human rights, but also to provide an example for the reference of their counterparts in Taiwan.
    This thesis contains six chapters. Chapter 1 introduces the motivation, purpose, methods of study of this thesis and the glossary. Chapter 2 discloses fundamental elements of non-government human rights organization. Chapter 3 narrates the development of international human rights movements. Chapter 4 describes the relations between the works of Japan’s non-governmental human rights organizations and those of United Nations. Chapter 5 depicts ECOSOC’s (The Economic and Social Council of the United Nations) interaction with non-governmental human rights organizations. Chapter 6 provides a summary and suggestions.
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