The Diana Network
Be Inspired and Inspire Others
Young people are at the heart of the Diana Network. We know it’s their right as active young citizens to play a role in society and in shaping our future. The Diana Network provides bite-sized opportunities for young people to get involved as and when they can.
All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Affairs
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Youth Affairs was established in 1998 to raise the profile of issues that affect and concern young people, encourage dialogue between parliamentarians, young people and youth services, and encourage a co-ordinated and coherent approach to youth policy making. The group currently has around 100 members, drawn from both Houses of Parliament. The Diana Award enables young people to attend these discussions to broaden their understanding of youth policies.
As a small organisation the Diana Award are proud to offer #GiveBackTuesdays where each week volunteers are welcomed into the Diana Award office to help the team. Our events are run by young people for young people and we’re always on the look-out for youth volunteers to help these events run smoothly.
The Digital Edge Youth Board in partnership with Nominet Trust
The Diana Award are excited to be hosting the Digital Edge Youth Board in partnership with Nominet Trust. The Digital Edge is a £2 million investment programme by Nominet Trust to fund new ideas for using digital technology to improve young people’s economic and social participation. The Digital Edge Youth Board Members help to select which applications should receive funding.
‘Progress+’ Community and Career Mentoring
We recognise that young people may need a helping hand to develop their career goals or community projects. Progress+ breaks down the barriers of youth unemployment by helping young people develop social enterprises with support and guidance from a Progress+ Mentor.
The Diana Award gives young people an insight into different careers, whether this be through professional speeches, career events or work experience.
If you are a Diana Award Holder and want to be a part of this growing community then join in our Training and Mentoring Programme or ask your school to join the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme. If you’re a individual young person then you can join us via Facebook for all of our latest Diana Network opportunities!
If you would like to offer your time and/or expertise to support young people in the Diana Network please contact email@example.com
The Diana Award are delighted to be supporting Nominet Trust for the third and final round of the Digital Edge Youth Board.
On Tuesday 28th May the Diana Award held an exciting scoring session with current Diana Award Holders and Mentors to assess the latest nominations.