End malicious & hateful ideologies fuelling gender-based violence & terrorism by leveraging the rule of law, winning gender parity, energizing our tolerant kindness, caring, & sharing.
must radiate these values in all our collective tasks. Women are half the world's community members. Our responsibility to step up
for 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. While we strive for our rights we encourage others to rise up
"Convincing patriarchs that women deserve equality in economics, opportunity, education, power-sharing and society has been a violent war. Violent men hate 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
Thought for today
We fulfill our roles every day by hunting down the unsavoury or illegal media environments outdoors, online, on the air, in print, or anywhere, pushing the bounds of what is possible with our technology, our volunteer monitors, our extraordinary reach to key buying decision makers, and our commitment to safety for women and children.
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.