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Does your university as a body deliver programmes to recruit students/staff/faculty from under-represented groups?,c2394-1.php?Lang=zh-tw

Our university recruits bachelor students with physical and mental disabilities separately, and recruits bachelor students applying for aid measures of the NCUE ABLE Project in a separate group.

According to Article 38 of the People with Disabilities Rights Protection Act,

any given individual level of government department (agency/organization), public school, or public business agency/organization/institution whose total number of employees is no less than 34 shall employ people with disabilities with capability to work, and the number of employees with disabilities shall be no less than 3 per cent of the total number of employees.

Based on the above regulations, our university hired 38 employees with physical and mental disabilities in 2017.

Article 4 of the Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act provides as follows:

Among the total number of the following personnel hired by each level of government, public schools, and state-owned businesses, except for those located outside of Penghu, Jinmen, and Lianjiang Counties, there shall be 1 indigenous individual for every 100 workers:

1. Contract employee;

2. Stationed police;

3. Mechanic, driver, janitor, cleaner;

4. Fee administrator;

5. Non-technical workers not requiring the qualifications of civil servants.

For the total number of the aforementioned personnel, there shall be one indigenous individual for every 50 to 100 staff hired.

Based on the above regulations, our university hired two indigenous employees in 2017.