Category Archives: Human Rights

Why should the Japanese government give compensation to victims of crime

Do victims of crime need compensation and why should the Japanese Government give them anything? The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) by the United Nations General Assembly This has been accepted by many countries throughout the world. It was designed for recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all…
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Jane meets Japanese parliament foreign & defense ministry officials 6 April

Catherine JANE Fisher, a long-time foreign resident in Japan,  to meet with senior government officials in Japan and have foreign media invited is rare and shows the respect the Government has for the Truth. The founder of our organisation is well-known for her continuous efforts to protect innocents from sexual violence by using Truth, Justice…
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Homelessness is increasing and out of control but not everyone is roofless

One of the projects we are developing is Homelessness but this will be restricted to registered people. The new project will be advised later this year. If you are interested please contact us to receive an email update. Meanwhile here is a list of various types of homelessness.  For example Group 10 describes domestic violence…
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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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