- To exist for the benefit of the general public.
- To help prevent rape and sexual assault crime.
- To assist those who have become survivors of these crimes.
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What is The RINJ Foundation
RINJ is an anti-rape foundation. RINJ educates the public, social media providers and traditional media outlets about the perils of misogyny and rape culture. RINJ monitors and reports on actors who commit or order the commission of acts of sexual violence as a tactic of war to humiliate, dominate, instill fear in, disperse and/or forcibly relocate civilian members of a community or ethnic group; monitors and reports on global court proceedings related to rape / sexual assault; educates for 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 while advancing a RAPE-averse social conscience, eventually ending rape crime.
Helping Rape Survivors:
The RINJ™ Foundation offers funding assistance for counseling; medical aid; reconstructive surgery; and special care and attention otherwise unavailable owing to funding or specialist resource issues.
With integrity as its guiding light, the RINJ Foundation 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, chapter meetings and survivor support groups, The RINJ Foundation promotes the right of all persons to security of the person.
A recent United Nations rape study (released Sept. 2013) of 10,000 men in six countries across the Asia-Pacific region found 1 in 4 acknowledged raping a woman.
"Men begin perpetrating rape crime at younger ages than previously thought. Half of those who admitted to rape reported their first rape was as teenagers; 23 percent of men who raped in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, and 16 percent in Cambodia were 14 years or younger when they first committed this crime.