We Need You As A Volunteer
In addition to making a donation you can also help by volunteering.
Duties as a RINJ Foundation Volunteer are diverse and range from lecturing, teaching, coaching, internet monitoring, blogging, web page administration, field reporting, events coordination, meetings and discussions, office work and more. RINJ’s organization is growing rapidly and spreading far afield.
The RINJ Foundation as an organization will travel to any country in support of United Nations efforts as an NGO (Non Government Organization) to monitor and collect evidence where the conduct of troops in any conflict or peacekeeping exercise has come under question. RINJ needs doctors, nurses, lawyers and hard workers of any profession to volunteer their time a little or a lot.
We raise funds for the purchase of ‘rape kits’ and/or the funding of rape kit testing. We must all help make certain that first responders and hospitals have rape kits and that secondly, kits are immediately tested and the results reported to police and prosecutors.
To publishers of pro-rape content, our role is to
- seek a just result for all stakeholders including the advertiser who for their money deserve a meaningful advertising experience that resonates with their audiences;
- achieve a safe experience for society’s women and children who need to be safe from a culture of violence and sexual assault of children and women; and
- promote a more just society wherein equality reigns and prolific rape culture is in the past.
Other Ways We Need Your Help To End Rape
If you have a Facebook profile or page you can post the following public service announcement:
The RINJ Foundation aims:
- To educate and increase the public’s awareness of the basic principle of The RINJ Foundation, that Rape Is No Joke.
- To educate the public and professionals about prevention of, and responses to, rape and all sexual abuse against all people by offering courses, seminars, conferences and meetings and by collecting and disseminating information on that topic.
- To assist those affected by rape and sexual abuse through counseling and treatment programmes.
- To train police officers, military personnel teachers, social workers, and crisis response workers on how to recognize and respond to sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, online sexual exploitation, and to assist those affected.