Xono, the enhanced communication and safeguarding platform, created to help individuals communicate better and safeguard from all forms of biase
Every day, we help students, individuals, and employees navigate their complex environments by providing them with a system to improve their quality of life.
85% of the worlds students have reported that they have experienced bullying.
Only 36% of students who are bullied report it to a person in charge.
Bullying prevention programs and initiatives decrease incidents by 25%
Over 70% of students have reported having witnessed bullying in their school.
Open up two-way communication systems to motivate & support your students. Our platform supports individuals in anonymously & securely reporting issues of misconduct, bullying, discrimination, harassment, racism and other illegal activities within their environments.
Pupils link their mobile app to your school's dashboard using their unique access code.
Users are now able to securely & anonymously report issues of misconduct experienced on or off campus.
Administrators receive confidential reports and can now dialogue with the reporter to gather all relevant information.
Administrators can now open a case and investigate details of the report & give users feedback on the case's progress.
Higher education has become a lucrative business for thousands of colleges and universities across the country. Most of these institutes rely on the $150 billion they receive in federally backed student loans and grants to stay in business, so they can keep driving up enrollment prices without worrying about attendance.
However, many schools still turn to fraud to increase their bottom line. Anti‐kickback laws are violated by illegally paying recruiters commissions, students grades are inflated to qualify for more grant money, and accreditation standards are failed to comply with in order to save on expenses
These education scams leave the future graduates with lackluster career prospects and overwhelming debt.
It’s easy for schools to relegate the issue of having and implementing a whistleblower system to the bottom of their daily ‘to-do’ lists. A robust whistleblower policy is however an important part of managing a school’s Student Duty of Care, Workplace Health and Safety and School Governance requirements. Whistleblowing should not be seen by schools as threatening or complex, but as a process which encourages compliance amongst staff and also works to protect students, school executives and governors..
It is exceptionally difficult for intelligence agencies acting independently to discover the operation's extreme techniques. Despite the vital role of protecting and rewarding persons who report criminal activity, further enforcement skills are required.
Up to 50 percent of any fine imposed on the whistleblowers in the Unix Line indictment may be awarded to them. With this gesture to whistleblowers, who may not have been aware that they may receive cash compensation for coming forward, hidden environmental crimes are more likely to be revealed. Others ought to follow suit.
There are a number of violations that include excessive oil and oily water discharges, noxious substances dumped into the ocean, rubbish, and high amounts of airborne contaminants.
Additional restrictions include a ban on dumping certain contaminants in “restricted zones” or a set distance from land, as well as a stringent prohibition on dumping any plastics into the ocean.