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i-SAFE Internet safety is not easy but essential INDEX

Internet safety is not easy but essential. Paedophiles are getting young children to take photos and videos of themselves and distributing them online Safer Internet Day this year is on the 11th February The only way to be completely safe on-line is to not use it at all but as that's impossible there are ways to…
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Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence & related subjects INDEX

This INDEX contains links to information about Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Risk Management & related subjects to make it easy to navigate in this large website. Another way to find articles is to use the search bar on the top right side of every page or go to Blog and select Archives. Some times you…
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Child Sexual Abuse and how to recognise danger from anyone

What is Child Sexual Abuse? "An adult or older children who engages in sex with a child is performing a criminal and immoral act which is not normal or socially acceptable behaviour.” It is our view that children cannot consent to sexual activity and any sexual abuse by an adult or older child must be…
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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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You might not know you have sexually transmitted diseases or infections

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) don't always show any evidence & persons may seems perfectly healthy or not even know they have infections. For this reason it is better to use the name “sexually transmitted infections” (STIs) The STIs are mainly: Bacteria (gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia) Parasites (trichomoniasis) Viruses (human papillomavirus, genital herpes, HIV) Others (Hepatitis A, B…
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Part 7: How important is our body condition to our brain health?

Some movies are based on an idea that in the future a human brain can be placed into a robots body citing the best of both worlds. Unfortunately the science is wrong because the robot body cannot provide blood at the correct viscosity and temperature and oxygen to the brain. [alert_box style="message" close="yes"]See urgent update…
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Regardless of who you are the Rule of Law is higher than your authority

The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle in 350 BC, wrote “The rule of law is better than the rule of any individual." Team Jane has written about Truth, Justice (both restorative and criminal), Fairness, Human Rights. When discussing law and morality or law and justice, it is important to define the different types of law. However it is not…
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To Defend and Protect we must define everything. What is Truth

In defending the Truth we must also accept the fact that some things that we believe to be true are unfortunately not true. The general rule is, that we should never lie, because true statements are of the utmost importance to the comfort of life, to enable us to have a full security by mutual faith;…
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To recognise child abuse victim & do nothing is wrong. please report it now

A report has been published (6 July 017) by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.(Child abuse) [button text="CLICK LATER TO SEE WHAT WE SAY ABOUT MEMORY" link="http://iamjane.org/crime/part-9-why-do-we-never-forget-bad-things-such-as-rape-and-sexual-assault/" style="info" size="normal" target="_self" display="block" icon="no"] We remember traumatic events but over time some details fade that's why we recommend you write down what happened. This…
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AHRC 38 UNIVERSITY ASSAULT SEXUAL & HARASSMENT REPORT • 2017

A Google search on University Assault gets over 17 million results. Lots of questions but not many answers. Until now. University assault is a worldwide problem and we note the frustration of students and parents when everything they do falls on deaf ears. Sometimes there is progress for awhile and it goes back and forth…
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How to say NO and mean it

How to say NO Before we discuss how to say NO please understand that it is very difficult to defend yourself physically. Many suggest gadgets like pepper spray are difficult to get out and use, whistles or screaming to get attention are not always possible and history has shown us that many people don't bother…
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Team Jane Japanese University Students reveal alarming rape statistics

Team Jane conducted a  confidential rape statistics survey of Japanese students attending university for the year 2016. Jane thanks all persons who kindly participated in this vital work This survey found that 1 in 5  Japanese University Students surveyed had experienced more than one form of sexual assault. Very few reported their experience to anyone. One in…
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Rape statistics on false claims about being sexually assaulted not useful!

Recently there has been a flurry of rape statistics that support the view that females make false claims of being sexually assaulted. Some relate to universities other are media opinions etc. Psychologists and activists from all sides of this debate go out of their way to find fault with any report based on statistics, that does…
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What is the purpose of  Vitamins & what else do we need to know?

Natural Vitamins are made by hormones The human body Vitamin system works mostly by itself but due to modern lifestyles it is important to have a blood test once a year you make sure everything is within the normal range.  Do not under any circumstances just go a buy a bottle of pills just because…
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The best way to help children is to give welfare to their families

Many countries are now in a difficult situation because the cost to government of welfare is not affordable. We believe that the ageing population using more services has increased this burden and as all governments need taxation to fund it they face at the same time with a declining birth rate. There isn't enough workers paying tax. In some countries the problems increase. China's one-child…
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Jane: Defender of truth, justice & fairness: Protector of the Innocent

On the 2017 International Day of Families, Jane: Defender of truth, justice & fairness: Protector of the Innocent commenced an exciting new path for the world to follow. Although more people are daring to speak about sexual assault and changes are being made slowly we see daily the increase of violence against men, women and…
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Part 9: Why do we never forget bad things such as rape and sexual assault?

This Part explains why we never seems to forget horrible experiences associated with bad events in our life such as an accident or anything else as bad as Rape, or sexual assault. Associated with this is the fact that we seem to remember everything that happened in slow motion. It seems to take such a long time, a…
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21st Century Family Survival Guide

Why Family and not victims? Instead of a Rape Centre we have a Be Safe Program and part of this is providing easy to understand information to guide everyone to being safer. Many organisations and governments only concentrate on providing services to victims. Rape centres, emergency services, psychiatric facilities. These provide specific help. We don't do a…
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If your partner is violent with sexual violence you are not on your own

MYTH: Physical and or Sexual Violence by your spouse or partner only affects a small number of people. FACT: Domestic Family Violence affects many men  and women. The Australian government research shows such violence is the biggest cause of injury or death for women between 18 and 45. Apart from the Victim and the partner it is of…
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Sexual and domestic violence of children lesbians and gay-men in Rape Data

Sexual and domestic violence in the U.S. National Sexual Violence Resource Center. USA One in five women and one in 71 men will be raped at some point in their lives 46.4% lesbians, 74.9% bisexual women and 43.3% heterosexual women reported sexual or domestic violence other than rape during their lifetimes, while 2% gay men, 47.4% bisexual…
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Keep children off social media rapists seek victims for child sexual abuse

[caption id="attachment_3364" align="alignleft" width="193"] WHO AM I?[/caption] Rapist search for potential child sexual abuse victims and any other targets using on-line social media. We strongly advise parents to not post a child's photograph and personal data on social media: Stay safe as this is real and it doesn't only mean that only children are at risk, but adults…
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Why should we do our best to protect a mother this mother’s day?

To protect a mother this Mother's Day is to stay away but you could leave a little present outside her  door. Not everyone is safe and some mothers need help urgently Since the Coronavirus researchers have discovered an increase in  sexual & physical violence.  Do you know that so many mothers and females regardless of…
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Tribute to achievements by women in Japan International Women’s Day 2020

We give tribute to and celebrate the achievements of women in Japan On International Women’s Day, all of us on Team Jane take this opportunity to discuss our commitment to continual research and launching of new initiatives and action plans to raise awareness of our goal to imagining and implementing a world without sexual violence.…
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