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 which is being propagated on social media where Alice’s parents Clive and Sue and brother Nick tell Alice’s story.
You can also watch Broadly’s video on this website—see below.
WARNING: This video contains distressing material (although not distressing images).