Category Archives: Social Justice

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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Our tribute to Jane the first to break the silence in Japan & show the way

In 2018 we are introducing a new program to the world to show the way to protect innocent people using Truth Justice and Fairness however this is because of 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…
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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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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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