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as a result of thorough research

Invi invests part of its sales in social and research initiatives. These projects help us to identify where and how we can make the most significant impact.

invi smell academically researched and works

The unique repellent smell that is used in the Invi Bracelet has a significant effect on reducing sexual arousal, according to new research. This first of its kind study publicated in PLOS ONE suggests that smell can be used as an effective self-defense method in situations or attempts of sexual assault.

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Check this video how a radio host reaction to invi’s foul smell.

Invi was invited at BNR news radio to talk about how a foul-smell can deter aggressors. In this interview we gave host Meindert Schut a taste of a strong dilution of our terrible smell especially created for nonviolent self-defense. His response at 3:25 just says it all!

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the toolkit: dare to share

Talking about sexual violence is not easy, while sharing is vital for signalling, healing and prosecution. Invi is developing a toolkit to provide guidance for both the narrator and the listener with the aim to create a constructive moment of sharing.

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protecting women and children in Congo

Although gender-based and sexual violence can happen to anyone, women and children living in conflict and post war areas are at higher risk. Invi and NGO Help a Child work together to make the Invi Bracelet available in an inclusive awareness program.

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invi bracelet making an impact in Rotterdam

Together with independent research partner Risbo and the Municipality of Rotterdam, Invi executed a pilot study to research the social impact of the Invi Bracelet. The study finds that people wearing the Invi Bracelet feel safer and more confident.

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We invite you to join the strong people, wear the Invi Bracelet, promote our values and support our social initiatives.

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