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國家人權博物館

National Human Rights Museum

成立國家人權博物館,是臺灣社會,特別是所有政治受難者前輩長達15年的殷切期待。用國家高度促進當代社會面對人權受害的歷史,反省過去、記取教訓、展望未來。


2017年12月13日總統府公布「國家人權博物館組織法」,歷經近6年籌備的國家人權博物館於2018年正式成立,並於同年5月17日、18日分別於「白色恐怖綠島紀念園區」、「白色恐怖景美紀念園區」隆重揭牌。


國家人權博物館除持續推動威權統治時期相關人權檔案史料文物的典藏、研究、展示、教育推廣及國際交流工作外,亦將擴大支持各種人權議題及當代人權理念實踐推廣的組織發展,展現臺灣追求落實民主人權普世價值的決心。


國家人權博物館編制,除了博物館核心任務的展示、教育、公共服務,特別將景美、綠島二處不義遺址正名為「白色恐怖紀念園區」管理中心,並成立「典藏研究暨檔案中心」,強化史料典藏應用。人權館除了管理景美和綠島兩處園區,亦將擴大連結協助當代人權理念實踐推廣的組織發展與國際交流,彰顯民主、自由、公義的核心價值。

Academic Collection and Audio-Visual Services

National Human Rights Museum has a comprehensive collection of White Terror-related books, archives, research results and oral history AV records along with Human Rights Education Center and several reading rooms. The museum also organizes human rights related speeches and workshops.


Be in The Scene and See for Yourself

With help of interactive films, miniatures, and regular and special exhibitions, one can experience and witness political prisoners’ lives during the White Terror period in the original buildings. Free audio guides are available at the Tourist Service Center.


Real-Person Library Political Prisoners as Your Guides

Former political prisoners are invited to guide tourists through the scenes from those years. You can make a reservation to experience the real person accounts.


Our Mission Are

- Reflections on the Past: Learn the history of human rights violations.

- Lesson Learned: Never repeat Human rights violations and freedom deprivation.

- Looking Ahead: Support human rights issues, promote human rights ideals, and realize universal values to safeguard democracy and human rights.