Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights (TAPCPR)
In view of Taiwan’s lack of organizations dedicated to multi-family legislation, the Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights (TAPCPR) initially started operation in 2009 and formally registered with the Ministry of the Interior in August 2012. It continues to pass legislation and justice , Social advocacy and policy supervision, etc., to promote diversified marriage and LGBTI anti-discrimination work.
They pay attention to gender human rights issues and related legal education, and hope that individuals of different genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender temperament can receive equal and reasonable legal protection. They also uphold the ideal of "free love, equal marriage", in 2012 The three laws of "multiple family formation" were drafted in 1998, and the Marriage Equality Bill was formally sent to the Legislative Yuan the following year. At the same time, the partner league lawyers also shaken the system through judicial litigation and successfully won the Chief Justice's Interpretation No. 748 on May 24, 2017.See more