Yearly Archives: 2019

Remembrance Day updated to include innocent victims of interpersonal crimes

Remembrance Day is a wonderful way of reminding us all of the sacrifice so many people have made protecting civilians. Let us also remember all  innocent people who died and those who suffered interpersonal crimes during all wars and armed conflicts to remember innocent victims of sexual violence in times of peace everywhere. In Japan. A…
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Our tribute to Jane the first to break the silence in Japan & show the way

Our organisation introduced  our show the way methodology to protect innocent people using Truth Justice and Fairness inspired by the leadership of Catherine JANE Fisher. ON APRIL 6, 2002, after being drugged in a bar in Yokosuka, Japan, Catherine Jane Fisher was raped by a US Military serviceman, Bloke Dean (at that time located in the…
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Our 21st Century Family Survival Guide answers questions

How small is SMALL? Our 21st Family Survival Guide takes a look at very small things. We used to think that an atom was the smallest thing but it is not. As science gets better ways to see small, we are finding more and more smaller objects. But there are somethings that we can’t see yet!…
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