"The First International
Investigative Magazine on the Web."
Welcome to our
This library, the home of the
Web Inquirer, is
a public web resource constructed by Jan Roberts, a woman who works
internationally as an investigative journalist and author. The
library operates from a boat shaped from oak and
cedar on the River Thames. Jan
writes for major papers, has lived for years with Australian
Aborigines and has authored several books on their struggle in
Australia. together with selections from
It is also to support those who are
seeking spiritual wisdom, a meeting place for those who wonder at the marvels of the world we
inhabit and treasure it as a precious gift.
The Library is also dedicated to those
fighting for personal freedom, for the end to discrimination and to
sexism, and especially to those who find in pain they were
assigned to the wrong
gender. Find out how this could happen.
Read also how a journalist tackled a personal demon much more
frightening for her than any investigation she undertook for the BBC.
Read the story of the "cowardly lioness."
It is also for the vaccine damaged, their parents and friends, for those worried about
'mad-cow' disease, for all those damaged by careless medicine,
factory farming, pesticides and other pollutants.
This library contains something of what
its creator has learnt of life, some of the background documentation
behind her written or television work - and some of sources she have
found valuable. Hope you find them useful!
There is also a "coffee-shop", a room making new friends - with links to their home
pages or mail-boxes.
These library rooms are dedicated to
particular subject matters. You will find them all listed below. A
click will deliver you magically into which ever room you chose. Let
your finger do the walking!
A Guide to the Library.
There are many rooms to
her Library - and new wings and storage areas may appear at any time
- building plans will take a lifetime to complete. Please feel free
to wander and to copy anything. Only commercial publishing is not
allowed without written permission
Now - just let your finger do
the walking.... click on the room you want to
the Mouse for the Library's Magazine.
CIMRA - Colonialism and Indigenous
Minorities s Research Action
CIMRA was founded in 1977 to raise support for colonised
minorities, to help to make their voice heard. It's particular
expertise has been in researching the exploitation by transnational
corporations of these ill-protected people's lands. Today it works
for all who are relatively powerless in the face of the greed of
major corporations.Please Click Here for recent
CIMRA research and for sister groups.
If you would like to contact the author, click on her name, Jan
Roberts ©1996 -
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