Taiwan school fires Mormon teachers for faith, fined for discrimination

by | Oct. 19, 2011

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Taiwan has fined a school for firing two Mormon teachers over their faith, marking the first time that religious discrimination in the workplace has been punished on the island, officials said on Wednesday.

The Catholic Dominican International School, located in Taipei, has been fined US$20,000 (S$25,200) for sacking the two American women, according to the capital's labour bureau.

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