國立臺灣大學經濟學系學生會行為公約 | Code of Conduct for National Taiwan University Economics Student Association
All students of the Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (hereinafter referred to as our students), and the National Taiwan University Economics Student Association (hereinafter referred to as our Student Association) are committed to creating a friendly and inclusive environment, ensuring that all students in the department are treated with dignity and respect. We do not tolerate any form of discrimination or other harmful behaviors.
The following behaviors should be adhered to by our students and our Student Association (not limited to the following, any exceptions should follow the principal statement above):
1. Prohibit any forms of discrimination against different groups through speech, actions, or activities.
2. Regardless of gender, identity, age, race, skin color, gender identity, religious beliefs, etc., all should be given their due and equal rights.
3. Prohibit harassment in any form.
The above regulations apply to our students and our Student Association, including hosted activities, expressed opinions, etc. They must be strictly followed. When related incidents occur, our students and our Student Association should provide comfort and assistance to the victims as much as possible and have the duty to implement appropriate measures.
The aforementioned measures include but are not limited to reporting to higher authorities (such as the department office, college, or school level units, etc.) or relevant committees (such as the Gender Equality Committee, etc.), and revoking or reducing rights or obligations (such as restricting the right to enter spaces managed by the Student Association, revoking leadership qualifications, cancelling event hosting duties, disqualifying presidential candidates, revoking participation qualifications, etc.). If there are relevant regulations set by higher authorities, they shall be followed. Otherwise, our students should seek guidance from relevant units or reach a decision through discussions among the executive members of our Student Association (in such cases, providing sufficient justifications and offering remedies to the individuals involved is required).
In addition, to make it possible for our students to equally benefit from the services provided by our Student Association, our Student Association should strive to lower the difficulty for students of different identities to participate in activities and access information (for example, provide English announcements and opportunities to participate in activities in English under the premise of having international specialized class students). Implementing this aspect poses significant challenges; however, our Student Association should strive to provide equitable services to diverse groups, while taking into account all associated costs. For instance, although most activities may primarily be conducted in Chinese, it is imperative that English announcements be consistently issued, ensuring inclusivity, and encouraging the participation of all students. Furthermore, whenever feasible, appropriate assistance should be extended during activities to accommodate the needs of every individual.
Amendments to this Code of Conduct should be passed by a referendum of our students.