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Oslo Freedom Forum Taiwan 2023

The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) is pleased to announce the return of the Oslo Freedom Forum in Taiwan, taking place at the W Taipei Hotel on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

HRF’s half-day event will feature mainstage speakers, an interactive exhibition, and roundtable discussions. Attendees will hear firsthand stories from renowned global activists who boldly stand up against tyranny and connect with a thriving community of philanthropists, technologists, investors, artists, journalists, policymakers, and activists aiming to make the world a more free, open, and peaceful place.

OFF in Taiwan is a master class in the global struggle for freedom, shining a spotlight on Taiwan as a beacon for democracy. We stand in solidarity with Taiwan amid the rising threat of the Chinese Communist Party. We look forward to bringing our community back to Taipei for years to come and to continue highlighting Taiwan in the international community as a champion of human rights.






General tickets: Conference Passes (NT$550 or US$18), Student/Nonprofit Passes (NT$300 or US$9), and VIP Passes (NT$2,000 or US$63) are available for purchase on ACCUPASS.

Please visit our ACCUPASS event page for more information about each ticket tier, the refund policy, and other registration details.

For any questions about tickets and registration, please contact us at [email protected].





學生/非營利組織 NT$300

VIP票組 NT$2,000


任何論壇門票與報名相關事宜,請洽詢:[email protected]



Wednesday, Oct. 18
2:00-5:30 PM

Session 1 論壇上半場


    • 人權基金會歡迎致詞
    • 哲米.拉姆 Chemi Lhamo
    • 麥爾坎.比達利 Malcolm Bidaldi
    • 與吾爾開希對話
    • 亞歷珊德拉·馬特維丘克 Oleksandra Matviichuk
    • 林昶佐

Intermission 中場休息


Session 2 論壇下半場


  • 金承恩牧師 Pastor Kim
  • 塔內萊·馬塞柯 Tanele Maseko
  • 古斯塔夫.托瓦爾-阿羅約 Gustavo Tovar-Arroyo
  • 表演: 薩克迪亞·馬魯夫 Sakdiyah Ma’ruf
  • 奧馬爾.艾爾肖格爾 Omar Alshogre
  • 邵嵐 Joey Siu
  • 閉幕演講

At this gathering, no one cares whether the tyranny is red or black. All they care about is that tyranny be opposed and defeated, and that freedom prevails.

Jay Nordlinger of National Review

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