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   RINJ Women are fighting for the safety of women and children...


End malicious & hateful ideologies fuelling gender-based violence & terrorism by leveraging the rule of law, winning gender parity, energizing our tolerant kindness, caring, & sharing.
      "RINJ Women must radiate these values in our collective tasks. Women comprise nearly half the world's community members. Our duty to step up to build better communities is compelling. RINJ Women as a Civil Society Organization seek sustainable human development from a position of perceived feminine helplessness rudely imposed on women by a patriarch to which women traditionally acquiesced.So yes, we rise up above the misconception of weakness to love & support women and children, especially the most vulnerable. While we strive for all our rights we encourage others to join us.
      "Convincing patriarchs that women deserve equality in economics, opportunity, education, power-sharing and society has been a violent war. Violent men feel threatened by women who riseup. Evil men perceive women as the chattel property of other men and hurt us to hurt their enemies. Evil men hijack religion and our other institutions to oppress ordinary women. Immoral lust for power & control leads men to rape, to other violence. For their persecution; for their wrongful imprisonment of females; for their rape & molestation of women & children; evil men belong in prison. RINJ is mindful of that aim. Join us in defiance of extremist men & the malicious & hateful ideologies that fuel their violence around the globe. Join us to improve ourselves and become rich in gender parity, tolerance, kindness, caring, and sharing. Let love win over hate." -RINJ

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RINJ is a non-governmental organization holding special consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). With that distinction, the RINJ CEO may appoint members to committees within the UN NGO system, including New York, Geneva and Vienna. This means you have the opportunity to review the array of UN initiatives and be nominated as a delegate to work on policy committees or commissions that interest you, either personally or from an institutional perspective. Examples include the Committee on the Status of Women, the Committee on HIV/AIDS, the Committee on Sustainable Development, Committee on Narcotics & Substance Abuse, the Committee on Human Rights, and the Committee on Finance for Development.
Thought for today‣ End malicious & hateful ideologies fuelling gender-based violence & terrorism by leveraging the rule of law, winning gender parity, energizing our tolerant kindness, caring, & sharing. "RINJ Women must radiate these values in our collective tasks. Women are half the world's community members. Our duty to step up to build better communities is compelling. RINJ Women as a Civil Society Organization seek sustainable human development from a position of perceived feminine helplessness rudely imposed on women by a patriarch to which women traditionally acquiesced. So yes, we rise up above the misconception of weakness to love & support women and children, especially the most vulnerable. While we strive for all our rights we encourage others to join us.

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Headline: What a political solution in Syria looks like in MoU form.

By Katie Alsop, Wed, 23 Oct 2019 00:27:54 GMT

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Dealing with tense situations of foreign policy between nations with cultures far apart takes statesmanship if the appearances and successes of today's talks in Sochi are to be judged. “I would like to express my hope that the level of … more →

Headline: Feminism Wins Canadian Election 2019 [FPMag Editorial]

By Melissa Hemingway, Tue, 22 Oct 2019 03:39:10 GMT

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Government must heed the voices of constituents to put people ahead of officials' selfish personal goals. Two Canadian political parties and their leaders Justin Trudeau, and Jagmeet Singh, both stepped up and responded to the voices of women and children … more →

Headline: Pompeo talks of US war against Turkey, NATO

By Melissa Hemingway, Tue, 22 Oct 2019 00:31:38 GMT

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Feminine-Perspective: If populations are slaughtered by atomic weapons, or starvation, what is the moral difference for the perpetrators in either case? Will Trump's America now do both? It is already starving over 150 million civilians with sanctions.  America today is … more →

Headline: Gen. David Petraeus misled America about US allies in Syria

By Melissa Hemingway, Mon, 21 Oct 2019 03:55:02 GMT

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Former CIA Director and retired US Army General David Petraeus has been attacking US President Trump in the media this weekend saying in one interview on CNN, “Well, I think we have abandoned our Syrian Kurdish partners. They took over … more →

Headline: Background on the Syrian Terror-Corridor pause.

By Behar Abbasi, Sun, 20 Oct 2019 03:48:03 GMT

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“Turkey aims to destroy the terror corridor on its border with Syria,” is how the Turkish DoC frames the paused operations. According to one human rights worker, “Anyone who has lived since 2012 in the region knows this to be … more →

Headline: YPG/Pentagon screws Pence. DoD no intent to deliver disarmament & YPG-extraction.

By Melissa Hemingway, Fri, 18 Oct 2019 19:22:31 GMT

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Every day from now on, America will pay the price of partnering with the non-state, child-soldier, terror group: PKK / YPG. Having decided years ago to partner with a non-state terrorist militia, the United States has little to no credibility … more →




‣ The RINJ Foundation seeks to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls, including by ending impunity and by ensuring the protection of civilians, in particular women and girls, during and after armed conflicts, in accordance with the obligations States have undertaken under international humanitarian law and international human rights law.

What do feminists want for women:

  1. an equal opportunity for education;
  2. equal opportunity to drive vehicles and use any form of transportation;
  3. fair and equal wages;
  4. freedom from discrimination;
  5. no restrictions on owning property; and
  6. to be safe from violence and slavery.



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