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Advice and support for victims of stalking in Northern Ireland

For anyone who lives in fear of contact or being followed by another, be it an ex partner, ex spouse, ex business associate, an unknown, or a family member or friend. Knowledge brings empowerment,  and this site will help you understand why you feel fear,  how it happened, and your Human Rights under Act 8, of the Human Rights Act, Right to Respect for Private and Family Life.

Stalking Workshops are available for professional caregivers.

Stalking is a relentless, continuous act of intimidation and unwanted contact attempts, directly and through third parties, and can include defamation, making vexatious false complaints or law allegations, and/or death threats, in an attempt to ruin the life of that person, unfortunate enough to have become prey for the “human hunter”. – STALKING NI

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