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There’s a lot we still don’t know about what happened to Gaia but what we do know is that we’re not alone. This isn’t just about her and she knew that. When Gaia went missing in November 2017 and her story first came to light, other people started sharing theirs.
Those stories were beautiful, heartbreaking – and powerful.
Together, we think they are powerful enough to make a difference.
In the UK, at least 1 in 4 people will experience mental health problems at some point in their lives and 1 in 5 women and girls are subject to sexual violence. Our mental health system is in crisis and accessing the right support can be incredibly difficult. This is devastating families and destroying lives across the country.
We want justice for Gaia – and we want justice for everyone. We need to support each other and learn from others to figure out what justice means.
- If you’ve been impacted by sexual violence or mental health issues
- If you’ve struggled to access support from the police, social services or the NHS
- If you work support others to face these challenges as a volunteer, carer, advocate, academic, or
- If Justice for Gaia speaks to you and you want to tell us why
… then we want to hear from you.
Please state clearly if you are happy for us to share what you’ve said and whether you wish to remain anonymous. Either way, different voices will help us identify where change needs to come and how we can make help make the world a better place. And that’s what Gaia was all about.