The Diana Award: Young people who inspire the lives of others.

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Press Releases

Press Releases

2014 Press Releases

Twist and Pulse, Jimmy Mizen’s parents and celebrities present young people with Diana Award at London Ceremony 28th February 2014: Seventy inspirational young people, from across the UK, will be presented with the Diana Award at Barclays in Canary Wharf, London.

2013 Press Releases

The Duke of Cambridge to meet young Diana Award Holders 8th November 2013: The Duke of Cambridge will speak to 30 young people at a Diana Award Inspire Day in South Shields.

Prime Minister Honours Syrian Teenager with 40,000th Diana Award 9th October 2013: Prime Minister, David Cameron will present Sham Mamoun, 14yrs, with the 40,000th Diana Award at Downing Street

Training and Mentoring Programme in Glasgow 12th September 2013: The Diana Award has launched a Training and Mentoring Programme in Glasgow which will help vulnerable young Scots through peer support and skills development training.

Cyber Bullying: How safe are our children 2nd September 2013: Overview of research conducted by the Diana Award which explores young people’s views on bullying before they start the new school year.

Princess Diana’s legacy lives on through thousands of young people 31st August 2013: Molly was not born when Princess Diana tragically died sixteen years ago but she carries her Diana Award with pride and admiration for the woman whose memory it was set up in. As we approach the anniversary of Diana’s death it is heartening to know that her legacy lives on through the life of Molly alongside the tens of thousands of other young people who hold the Diana Award.

Diana Award Welcomes the Royal Baby 23rd July 2013: On behalf of our 39,000 young Award Holders, the Diana Award sends heartfelt congratulations to HRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their first child.

Royalty Rocks Party – The Roof Top Gardens 5th July 2013: The Diana Award will host ‘The Royalty Rocks Party’ at The Roof Gardens from 7pm-10pm, which will bring together many friends of Princess Diana for an exciting evening of fun and fireworks!

Anti-Bullying Ambassador Event Dyson Perrins School 2nd July 2013: Over 100 young people from schools in Worcester will receive training and share top tips on how to prevent bullying in their schools and communities.

Celebrities and MP’s take a stand against bullying at Diana Award Facebook Anti-Bullying Showcase 24th June 2013: The Diana Award and Facebook will come together to celebrate the successes of the Diana Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The Diana Award has trained over 5,000 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in 600 schools across England. This event, hosted by Facebook, will showcase some of the best anti-bullying practice from participating schools.

The Risk and Kate Hardcastle Celebrate Inspirational Young People 11th March 2013: Sixty-five of the UK’s most inspirational young people will be presented with the prestigious Diana Award at Barclays Corporate in London.

Anti-Bullying Ambassador Event in Isle of Wight 11th March 2013: Over 80 young people from six schools in the Isle of Wight will receive training and share top tips on how to prevent bullying in their schools and communities. The training day will be held at Carisbrooke College in Newport on Friday 15th March 2013.

First Northern Ireland Diana Award Ceremony 4th March 2013: Inspirational young people who are dedicated to supporting others and improving their communities will be the first in Northern Ireland to attend the Diana Award ceremony at Stormont Estate.

Diana Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme receives funding from the Department For Education 10th May 2013: The Diana Award is delighted to announce a two-year grant, awarded by the Department for Education, for their Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme which aims to reduce bullying using a well-tested peer led approach.

Anti-Bullying Programme encourages local children in Glasgow to say ‘no’ to bullying 19th February 2013: Over 100 young people from nine schools in Glasgow will receive training and share top tips on how to tackle bullying at St Andrew’s RC Secondary School in Glasgow on Tuesday 26th February 2013.

Twist and Pulse Youth Charity Ambassadors 13th February 2013: The Diana Award is delighted to announce Twist and Pulse will be Ambassadors for the youth charity for another year.

450 Young People to be trained as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in Ireland 1st February 2013: In a direct response to schools in Ireland requesting an Anti-Bullying programme, 450 young people will have the opportunity to take part in anti-bullying events that have already taken the UK by storm. For the first time The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors team will deliver anti-bullying workshops in Cookstown, Dublin and Co. Kerry in March.

 

For press enquiries please contact Emma Pelling on emma@pellingpr.co.uk