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Laws & Regulations Database of The Republic of China (Taiwan)

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Chapter 1 General principles
Article 1
These regulations are drawn according to the first paragraph to Article 20 in the Gender Equity Education Act (hereafter referred to as the Act).
Article 2
The school shall affirmatively promote prevention education of campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual bullying to enhance the knowledge and ability of faculty, staff, and students to respect sexuality or body autonomy of others and of one's own. The following measures shall also be taken:
1. Regularly hold educational programs for faculty, staff, and students aimed at the prevention of campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual bullying; evaluate the effectiveness of these programs.
2. Regularly hold in-service education programs each year for members of Gender Equity Education Committee (hereafter referred to as "Committee") or agencies involved in the handling of campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sexual bullying cases.
3. Encourage the aforesaid personnel to attend on- and off-campus seminars on the handling of campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sexual bullying cases; allow them to register attendance as official leaves and reimburse any associated expenses.
4. Promulgate these Regulations through a wide range of channels; include them in faculty and staff employment contracts and student handbooks.
5. Encourage the victim or the complainant in a campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, or sexual bullying case to apply for an investigation or file a report at the earliest possible time in order to facilitate the collection of evidence, investigation, and other handling.
Article 3
The school or the competent authority shall compile information on the prevention of and relief measures for campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual bullying; it shall take the initiative in providing the information to relevant personnel when handling such cases.
The aforesaid information shall contain the following items:
1. Definition of, classification of, and laws relevant to campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and sexual bullying cases.
2. The rights of the victim and the necessary assistance provided by the school.
3. Mechanisms of investigation application, reapplication, and relief.
4. Related competent authorities and authorized agencies.
5. Organizations and networks that provide resources and support.
6. Other matters deemed necessary by the school's or the competent authority's Committee.
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