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The International Review Process

Preparation and Submission of Report
The government, the National Human Rights Commission, and non-government organizations (NGOs) prepare national reports, independent opinions, and parallel reports respectively every four (or five) years to address how certain international human rights conventions are implemented in Taiwan as well as the improvements made on the concluding observations provided in the previous international review. These reports and independent opinions are presented to international human rights experts for review upon their visits to Taiwan.
List of Issues
International human rights experts would submit a list of issues that pose special concerns or are not covered in the national report, and make them known to the government and NGOs so these issues can be addressed during review meetings.
Response to the List of Issues
The government, the National Human Rights Commission, and NGOs then respond or provide supplemental materials to the list of issues raised by international human rights experts.
Review Meeting
International human rights experts would read all the documentary information beforehand, and then conduct approximately five review meetings with government agencies and NGOs, respectively.
Concluding Observations and Recommendations
After reviewing the documents and information provided by government agencies and NGOs at review meetings, the international human rights experts then propose their concluding observations regarding the implementation of the international conventions in Taiwan.
Implementation Tracking
The government would convene regular meetings to follow up on the concluding observations and recommendations proposed during the international reviews and discuss appropriate implementation procedures. Meanwhile, the National Human Rights Commission and NGOs will continue monitoring the implementation of international human rights conventions by the government and provide policy suggestions for various domestic human rights issues.
The International Review Process
1
Preparation and Submission of Report
The government, the National Human Rights Commission, and non-government organizations (NGOs) prepare national reports, independent opinions, and parallel reports respectively every four (or five) years to address how certain international human rights conventions are implemented in Taiwan as well as the improvements made on the concluding observations provided in the previous international review. These reports and independent opinions are presented to international human rights experts for review upon their visits to Taiwan.
2
List of Issues
International human rights experts would submit a list of issues that pose special concerns or are not covered in the national report, and make them known to the government and NGOs so these issues can be addressed during review meetings.
3
Response to the List of Issues
The government, the National Human Rights Commission, and NGOs then respond or provide supplemental materials to the list of issues raised by international human rights experts.
4
Review Meeting
International human rights experts would read all the documentary information beforehand, and then conduct approximately five review meetings with government agencies and NGOs, respectively.
5
Concluding Observations and Recommendations
After reviewing the documents and information provided by government agencies and NGOs at review meetings, the international human rights experts then propose their concluding observations regarding the implementation of the international conventions in Taiwan.
6
Implementation Tracking
The government would convene regular meetings to follow up on the concluding observations and recommendations proposed during the international reviews and discuss appropriate implementation procedures. Meanwhile, the National Human Rights Commission and NGOs will continue monitoring the implementation of international human rights conventions by the government and provide policy suggestions for various domestic human rights issues.