Welcome to register for the "2020 Global NGO International Development Forum"

Our institution (INPR) and the Taiwan Alliance in International Development (AID) will hold the "2020 Global NGO International Development Forum" in Taipei from October 5th to 6th. Please sign up for participation. For several decades since the late 1980s, Taiwan has simultaneously experienced social change, economic development, and political reforms. 

Seminar on Religious Organizations and the Social Development in Taiwan

For years, the government of the Republic of China has adopted relatively loose policies in respect to practice and management of religious organizations. With rising civil consciousness

Retrospect of 2019 and Prospect to 2020

The Republic of China (Taiwan) is a young democracy characterized by its diversity. Taiwan’s domestic politics and relations with China are susceptible and tend to be influenced enormously by all kinds of factors both in the Island and from abroad. As a non-partisan...

G20 Summit and the Asia-Pacific Situation Forum


   The 2019 G20 Summit will be held in Osaka, Japan form 28th to 29th of June, the first-ever G20 summit to be hosted in Japan. As the most important forum on international economic cooperation, it represents more than 80% of the global GDP.

Taiwan NGOs' International Participation in Africa


  For several decades, the Republic of China (Taiwan) has simultaneously experienced social transformation, economic development, and political reforms. One major outcome of which is to generate tremendous social energy for changes in private sectors,

『Seminar on Cities Exchanges and Cross-Strait Relations』

  As a result of the “9-in-1” local government elections of November 2019 in Taiwan, the opposition party Kuomintang won the majority of local counties and cities. Hence, exchanges of city mayors and county magistrates with Chinese counterparts have become an indicator and a grave focus for the Cross-Strait relations...

Delegation of Academics from Stanford University Visits INPR for Exchanges and Cooperation


Dr. Hung-mao Tien, President of the Institute for National Policy Research, received the Delegation of Academics from Stanford University, led by Ambassador Karl Eikenberry, Director of the U.S.-Asia Security Initiative at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, and discussed matters of mutual concern on March 20th, 2019 in a close-door meeting.





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