The RINJ Foundation - This Page's Contents:
What Is "The RINJ Foundation"
Know What To Do If You Have Been Raped
Educate For Removal of Pro-Rape Content From Media
Building Informative Educational Solutions That Work
Educating With Boycotts of Pro-Rape Entities
Donate To RINJ Foundation
Recent Canada Wire Service Releases
Contact RINJ Foundation
"Historians are like deaf people who go on answering questions that no one has asked them." Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)
What is RINJ™RINJ is an anti-rape organization. RINJ educates the public, social media and traditional media outlets about the perils of misogyny and rape culture; monitors and reports international news related to sexual assault and rape; monitors and reports on global court proceedings related to rape / sexual assault; promotes a more learned and open discussion of the issues of sexual assault; provides education, general information and study resources to enhance the safety of the person; and overall seeks a higher adherence to safe community standards. RINJ seeks better criminal justice and advances a RAPE-averse social conscience.
Helping Rape Survivors:
RINJ™ Foundation offers funding assiistance for counseling and medical aid to certain rape cases needing medical evacuation;
reconstructive surgery and other special care and attention otherwise unavailable owing
to funding or resource issues. It is the Foundation's intention to expand this role as financial resources become available.
What's all the "buzz" about?With integrity as its guiding light, the RINJ mission is to make the promise of safety for women and children live up to its potential. Educating through seminars, periodicals, internet, social media, pamphlets, media days, chapter meetings and survivor support groups, The RINJ Foundation promotes the right of all persons for security of the person, particularly the right of safety for all women and children from the heinous crime of sexual assault / rape.
A U.N. study (released in September 2013) of 10,000 men in six countries across the Asia-Pacific region found nearly 1 in 4 acknowledged they had raped a woman.
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