I am we are Australian but some call Japan home

The founder of I am Jane Organisation is an Australian who came to Japan so long ago.

Jane now make her home in Japan and has dedicated her life to helping victims of sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence. This website shows part of the tireless efforts of Jane and her team to make the world a safer place by focusing on changes needed in her adopted home Japan

One of the Education and Training Programs is about our minds and this video is a fine example how we all are permanently wired to the place we call home.

Home Sweet home was written over 150 years ago and has been adopted by many different countries and its them of "no matter where  you go there is no place like home"

The song is famous in Japan as "Hanyū no Yado" ("埴生の宿"?) ("My Humble Cottage"). It has been used in such movies as The Burmese Harp and Grave of the Fireflies. It is also used at Senri-Chūō Station on the Kita-Osaka Kyūkō Railway. (Source: Wikipedia)

The featured video is a popular Australian song written in 1987 by Bruce Woodley of The Seekers and Dobe Newton of The Bushwackers and demonstrates the emotional association we all have with our childhood and our home. In today's world many people's homes have been destroyed and they wander the world seeking refuge, other homeless people live near us all, but we do not see them. They include those who are houseless because of domestic violence.

We share a dream with Jane an Australian Japanese

We imagine a world without sexual assault