A new campaign to raise awareness of stalking
The Alice Ruggles Trust is co-operating with Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service and Broadly UK, a digital platform focusing on women’s issues, in their “UnFollowMe” campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of domestic abuse and stalking among young people and to press for a Register that would enable police to pro-actively identify, track, monitor and manage stalkers. As part of this campaign, Broadly UK have produced a short video where Alice’s parents Clive and Sue and brother Nick tell Alice’s story. This has already been watched by over a million young people on social media.
You can also watch Broadly’s video on this website—see below.
WARNING: This video contains distressing material (although not distressing images).