Our new animated video
On December 10th, the final day of the UN’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence, we launched our new animated video to raise awareness of stalking.
It’s a three-minute-long video featuring two friends discussing the behaviour of an ex-partner. This is duly recognised as stalking, safety advice is given, and the victim is supported in making a police report. The aim of the video is to raise awareness of seemingly ‘low risk’ behaviours and encourage people to seek help.
As with all our work, our mission is to ensure victims recognise stalking for what it is, that friends and family are able to support them and give good advice, and that criminal justice professionals are equipped to respond appropriately to suspected stalking cases. We hope this easily accessible video will go a long way to helping achieve this and encourage everyone to share it as widely as possible.
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This new video aims to complement our other resources which include freely available PSHE lessons for 14-16 years olds, training packages for teaching professionals, and support advice for those suffering from unwanted attention.