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The Alice Ruggles Trust Blog

Putting an end to stalking.

Welcome to the Alice Ruggles Trust Blog!

We are raising awareness and pushing for positive change around stalking and coercive control in the UK in Alice’s memory. Alice Ruggles was murdered by her ex-partner, following a relentless campaign of stalking and coercive control.  

We want to prevent what happened to her from happening to anyone else. 

This blog will cover our activities, the activities of other organisations that we work with, policy updates, events, other relevant topics and much more! 

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You can find out more about the Trust on our website! 

We are collecting stories and testimonials from people with experience of stalking and/or coercive control, as well as unhealthy relationships. These help us to raise awareness and prevent it from happening to others. If you feel like you would like to share your story, please fill out this short form: 

We are also looking for anyone who might be interested in writing for this blog. If this is you, please find a contributor expression of interest form here:  

We are particularly keen to share stories from people 25 years-old and younger!

Thank you for your continued support, and enjoy our posts! 

Latest posts!

International Women’s Day 2023: #DigitALL. 

Wednesday 8th March is International Women’s Day: a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It is an annual call to action for accelerating women’s equality.  The UN theme for IWD 2023 is – #DigitALL: innovation and technology for gender equality.  We can talk about the concerning role that social…

“I love it, but I wish it was taken more seriously” – SafeLives Report on RSE provision, December 2022.

A crucial report by SafeLives has revealed that only half (52%) of young people surveyed agree or strongly agree that Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) classes gave them a good understanding of toxic and healthy relationships. The title quote is stark and telling: young people value PSHE enormously.  PSHE is a vitally important, but often…

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If you have experiences of stalking or coercive control, you can share your story here

We are collecting stories to show that no one is alone, and to help others identify when they are at risk.

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