G7 Communique Supports Taiwan’s Participation in WHO/WHA and Calls for Peaceful Resolution to Cross-Taiwan Strait Issue On May 5, foreign ministers…
Summer Town Hall RSVP Date: June 5 (Sat) 2 pm to 4 pm (EDT)
【Petition】S.1169 has several pro-Taiwan provisions, including the reinforcement of commitments to Taiwan and the Taiwan Fellowship Act.
【Petition】If passed, a two-year fellowship program will be launched to send U.S. government employees to Taiwan to work with their counterparts.
【Petition】The bill request the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the WHO.
【Petition】The H.Con.Res.21 urges the U.S. to resume diplomatic relations and negotiate BTA with Taiwan. It also supports Taiwan's international participation.
【Petition】The Act will enhance Taiwan’s self-defense capabilities, improving US-Taiwan defense cooperation, and making Taiwan a “NATO Plus” country.
On April 27, an international group of lawmakers launched a campaign calling for Taiwan’s participation in next month’s World Health Assembly (WHA), warning that Taiwan’s continued exclusion creates “a dangerous gap” in the global health network.
【Online Event】During our May 15 event we will hear from Congressional staff and Taiwan specialists about the bills, and why their content is important for Taiwan and for Taiwanese Americans. We will especially zero in on S811 - the Taiwan Fellowship Act, HCR21 calling for U.S.-Taiwan diplomatic relations, and HR2103 which designates Taiwan as a NATO PLUS member.