CHIU E-ling has been the Chair of Feminism Study Club in Tunghai University, a member of Social and Development committee in Legal Aid Foundation (2016-2018), and Deputy Chair of East Asia working group in Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (2011-2013). Currently, she is still a board member of Human Rights Network for Tibet and Taiwan, Taiwan Alliance to End Death Penalty, Covenants Watch, Taiwan Association for Human Rights (Secretary General 2014-2019). From the beginning of 2020, she took the position of the National Executive Director of Amnesty International Taiwan.
SHIH Yi-hsiang, the current Secretary-General of the Taiwan Association for Human Rights, was enlightened in 2005 when he went to the Philippines to conduct a fact-finding mission on the human rights massacre at Hacienda Luisita. He has been working as a human rights worker for more than 10 years now. Issues he focuses on include transitional justice, international human rights conventions, migrant workers and foreign fishermen, and human rights responsibilities of businesses.
TSENG Wen-chen graduated from the Graduate Institute of Documentary and Film Archiving, Tainan University of Arts. She won Best Documentary at the 39th Golden Horse Awards for her work, Spring: The Story of Hsu Chin-Yu, which was also selected to the Wide Angle section of the Busan International Film Festival in 2003. In 2020, she completed The Lucky Woman, a documentary about runaway migrant workers, which was selected to the New Asian Currents section of the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival. She has long focused on minority groups and is currently working on a documentary about cross-country migrant workers.