Any organisation that acts as the voice of victims of crime has to undertake campaigning activity to challenge policy, increase understanding and improve provision for victims of stalking. Action Against Stalking is an organisation whose roots lie in successful campaign to get stalking and its impact recognised in law to better protect victims.
Action Against Stalking campaigns continuously for the rights of victims of stalking.
Through National Stalking Awareness Week in April each year we seek to educate policy makers, legislators, influencers, opinion formers and the wider public on a range of stalking related topics including:
How to support victims of stalking
The law relating to stalking
How to challenge stalking effectively
Reporting stalking to the police
Recognising stalking behaviours
Stalking is not a joke.
National Stalking Awareness Week 2023
National Stalking Awareness Week runs from 24th-28th April 2023.
Theme: Young People and Stalking
As part of NSAW, Action Against Stalking run events and social media campaigns around a designated theme so be sure to follow us across our socials and sign up for our newsletter here.
As part of this years theme, we launched a designated web page for young people and encouraging them to speak out against stalking! This page includes understanding stalking, tips if you are being stalked, tips if you are supporting someone being stalked, support agencies that can help and free downloadable leaflets. www.actionagainststalking.org/youngpeople
Download the NSAW logos by right clicking the images above
You can also download our handy Toolkit to use across your organisations social media platforms. The Toolkit includes key messages, caption ideas, hashtags, NSAW 2023 logo's and images.