HOW WE DO IT_

The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign runs across four key programmes, as well as our youth boards, working to change the attitude surrounding bullying both across the UK and beyond.

All of the programmes have a strong peer-to-peer focus, with our trainers giving young people the skills and confidence to become Ambassadors to tackle bullying in their schools long after the training has finished. Our anti-bullying work is recognised as world-class thanks to this sustainable approach.

The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign runs across four key programmes, as well as our youth boards, working to change the attitude surrounding bullying both across the UK and beyond.

All of the programmes have a strong peer-to-peer focus, with our trainers giving young people the skills and confidence to become Ambassadors to tackle bullying in their schools long after the training has finished. Our anti-bullying work is recognised as world-class thanks to this sustainable approach.

ANTI-BULLYING AMBASSADOR PROGRAMME

A peer-led programme training Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to reduce bullying in their schools and communities.

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BE STRONG ONLINE AMABASSADOR PROGRAMME

A peer-led programme training Be Strong Online Ambassadors to help young people develop digital resilience.

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BE NICE BUS

A schools tour delivering cyberbullying workshops from our mobile classroom.

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MY SENSE OF SELF

Body confidence and self-esteem workshops focusing on the impact of social media.

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OUR YOUTH FOCUS

We are keen to involve the young people we work with in all aspects of our anti-bullying programmes and are particularly proud of our three youth boards, the National Anti-Bullying Ambassador Youth Board, Supercell Youth Board and the Northern Ireland Youth Board, part of our Comic Relief project.

Our youth board members are young people from across the UK who are passionate about stopping bullying, some have even been bullied themselves. Their experiences and feedback form the very foundation of each of our anti-bullying programmes, as well as the safety strategies of some of our partner organisations.

In return for their essential support, our members get to represent The Diana Award at exciting events, meet plenty of special guests and even, for some, visit the Supercell offices in Helsinki, Finland.

OUR YOUTH FOCUS

We are keen to involve the young people we work with in all aspects of our anti-bullying programmes and are particularly proud of our three youth boards, the National Anti-Bullying Ambassador Youth Board, Supercell Youth Board and the Northern Ireland Youth Board, part of our Comic Relief project.

Our youth board members are young people from across the UK who are passionate about stopping bullying, some have even been bullied themselves. Their experiences and feedback form the very foundation of each of our anti-bullying programmes, as well as the safety strategies of some of our partner organisations.

In return for their essential support, our members get to represent The Diana Award at exciting events, meet plenty of special guests and even, for some, visit the Supercell offices in Helsinki, Finland.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS_

I’M A YOUNG PERSON EXPERIENCING BULLYING, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

The first step is to reach out and talk to someone, whether it’s a teacher, family member or a trusted adult. Unfortunately we’re not able to offer one-to-one support but we do have an online support centre filled with help and advice to guide you, visit it here.

DO YOU HAVE ANY TEACHER RESOURCES FOR ANTI-BULLYING LESSONS?

We have a variety of lesson plans to download here.

I’M A CONCERNED PARENT, DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR ME?

We have a dedicated parent/guardian advice centre for you here.

HOW DO I GET MORE INVOLVED IN THE CAMPAIGN?

We’d love you to get involved! You can find plenty of ideas here, including fundraising, running your own activities in your school and campaigning.

WHAT IS AN ANTI-BULLYING AMBASSADOR?

An Anti-Bullying Ambassador is someone who has been trained by The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign. Their role is to help educate their peers on bullying, lead on anti-bullying campaigns, promote a culture which celebrates and tolerates difference and help keep their peers safe both online and offline.

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