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The Diana Award are privileged to be invited to the ‘My Life My Say’ Next Gen conference on the 25th November. We will join around 500 young people and a series of renowned speakers from the world of activism for an exciting day that will explore youth-led solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing society.
Anti-Bullying Week is a great opportunity for reflection, some highs, some lows but all important learnings for our Anti-Bullying Programme. We wanted to share some of the highs we have experienced over 2023, spotlighting some of the inspirational and dedicated schools doing their bit to stand up to bullying.
Due to the ongoing support of our incredible corporate partners, The Diana Award were able to expand our anti-bullying efforts across 2023. This Anti-Bullying Week, we wanted to spotlight a few partners, highlighting how they have helped The Diana Award stand up to bullying across the UK.
Five young people share their thoughts and feelings about bullying in their own words, including one of our very own Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
The Young Changemaker team delivers 2 in-person anti-racist bullying training days across the UK, in collaboration with Not So Micro.
Celebrities join forces with anti-bullying charity The Diana Award for #BackToBullying campaign
CEO of The Diana Award, Tessy Ojo CBE, has been highlighted as a distinguished individual to receive an honorary degree from the University of Greenwich on 18 July 2023.
The Diana Award showcases the Respect Project, a two-year project providing training to schools, supporting them in tackling racist and sexual bullying behaviour.
On Friday 30 June 2023: The Diana Award put the spotlight on over 180 young people receiving the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts.
Nationwide Building Society and The Diana Award have smashed their target to train over 10,000 children
The Diana Award is thrilled to announce match funding of £610,860 from the #iwill Fund for their Mentoring Programme
The Diana Award will be marking the historic Coronation of His Majesty The King by sharing the voices and reflections of young people from across the world.
Every year, we welcome 60 volunteer judges to assess nominations for the Diana Award. These judges are experts in their fields, comprised of a range of business and education professionals, social activists, and young people, some of which are Diana Award recipients themselves. What they all have in common is the belief that young people deserve to be recognized, valued and their accomplishments celebrated. We want to say a huge thank you to all of our dedicated judges for your commitment and passion – meet them all below.
The British Airways Better World Community Fund has pledged £47,500 to support The Diana Award's Award and Development Programme, enabling us to support 300 award recipients and alumni per year.
The vast majority of teachers would like to have anti-racism training, according to a survey carried out by the charity Centre for Mental Health.
The Diana Award is delighted to announce a funding boost of $500,000 from Salesforce Foundation for their Mentoring Programme.
Nationwide Building Society teams up with The Diana Award to post positivity around the UK
Celebrities team up with anti-bullying charity The Diana Award and Nationwide Building Society for the annual ‘The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly’ on 3rd October 2022.
The Diana Award launches new anti-racist and anti-sexual bullying behaviour training, thanks to funding from the #iWill Fund and Spirit of 2012.
Young changemakers from across the world receive award in memory of Princess Diana at virtual ceremony.
New research reveals parents feel powerless when it comes to cyberbullying, as number 10 backed campaign launches to help tackle online abuse
Young Black people’s mental health has been overlooked and undervalued for too long, says a new report published by Centre for Mental Health.
Last weekend young people from Luton, Leeds, London, and Birmingham came together to develop youth-led social action projects to reimagine mental health services and support for racialised communities.
Lord Spencer hosts Legacy Award Ceremony in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales at Althorp
HRH The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke Of Sussex meet outstanding young people to be honoured with Legacy Award in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales
Spirit awards £200,000 to improve mental health support for young people from racialised communities
A lifelong commitment to empowering and supporting children and young people had led to recognition for The Diana Award’s CEO Tessy Ojo in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, 2020.
HSBC continues to harness the power of mentoring for young people in Jersey with The Diana Award
Head & Shoulders has announced that it will be joining forces with the Anti-Bullying Programme from The Diana Award charity.
Children and parents fearful of return to school as social development is impacted by lockdown. Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, Jack Grealish, Tom Daly, Rupaul and Ariana Grande most influential celebrities who are inspiring young people to support each other and feel ok about being different.
The Duke of Cambridge backs The Diana Award’s post pandemic blueprint for young people across the world
Celebrities, charities, the tech community and No. 10 unite with youth charity The Diana Award on Don’t Face It Alone – a new initiative to encourage young people to speak out about bullying.
The Duke of Sussex pays tribute to young changemakers from across the world at a virtual ceremony marking Princess Diana’s 60th birthday
Celebrities honour young changemakers from across the world at virtual ceremony marking Princess Diana’s 60th birthday
The Diana Award has won a place on a national Scale Accelerator programme, which helps non-profit organisations identify the most sustainable ways to reach more people and support more communities across the UK.
2021 Legacy Awards in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales to be hosted by Lord Spencer at Althorp
Working together to ensure young people from racialised communities can access appropriate mental health support
Anti-Bullying Toolkit launched with young people, educators and Minister for Children and Families at virtual event on how to tackle all forms of bullying behaviour in school and online.
Nominations are now open for young people aged 9-25yrs. Deadline for nominations: 12 March 2021
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge surprised teenage Anti-Bullying Ambassadors from The Diana Award during a video call yesterday to mark Anti-Bullying Week 2020.
New report shows that youth-led anti-bullying ambassador programme leads to behavioural and cultural change in schools.
Celebrity-led events streamed to classrooms across the country to kick-off anti-bullying week with The Diana Award
The Diana Award secures overwhelming response from parliamentarians & business leaders to harness the power of mentoring for young people
Peer-led digital resilience module from The Diana Award named one of the world’s most inspiring innovations in education
Tessy has been appointed Commander of the British Empire (CBE), the highest of honours, for her services to children and young people.
Celebrities join forces with The Diana Award and Nationwide Building Society to host the first ever virtual ‘The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly’ on 28th September 2020
The Diana Award is delighted to announce Salesforce’s ongoing commitment to support their mentoring programme across in London. The funding grant kicks off with a series of summer workshops to meet the immediate needs of vulnerable young people as they transition back to school. Mentoring plays a vital role in driving social mobility.
The Duke of Sussex, Dame Emma Thompson, Liam Payne and Miranda Hart among guests honouring young changemakers from across the world with The Diana Awa
If you are a young person who needs support, The Diana Award advice messenger offers free*, 24/7 text support.
New survey reveals mental health is the biggest concern for young people in the face of covid-19
Following government guidance on 16th March 2020, The Diana Award team is working remotely to ensure the safety of our team, young people and the gene
18:30 on Tuesday 26 November 2019: Legacy Award Ceremony Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval College Greenwich.
Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Each year, The Diana Award host a series of exciting events to bring the country together to tackle bullying.
The Diana Award has joined forces with The States of Jersey Police and HSBC to launch the mentoring programme in Jersey. Monday 21 October will see the launch of the programme with a week of activities.
Three inspirational young people whose lives have been transformed by The Diana Award feature in The Diana Award’s BBC Lifeline Appeal during October 2019.
Celebrities join in and go #Back2School to relive their bullying experience in support of returning students
The Diana Award remembers Princess Diana twenty-two years after her death.
CEO of The Diana Award and teen Diana Award legacy award holder celebrated as ‘Best of British’ on BA 100 list
New research reinforces need for peer-to-peer anti-bullying support in schools
The Diana Award brings together the UK mentoring community, business leaders, politicians and young people at the UK’s first National Youth Mentoring Summit in London.
Outstanding young heroes receive award in memory of Princess Diana in London
HRH The Duke of Sussex will attend The Diana Award National Youth Mentoring Summit on Tuesday 2 July 2019 in London.
Young people from across Scotland will be publicly honoured with The Diana Award for going above and beyond in their daily lives to create and sustain positive change.
Outstanding young heroes in Belfast receive award in memory of Princess Diana
‘legacy award’ returns with new judging panel for Diana Award 20th anniversary
Twelve outstanding young people, from across the world, take centre stage for The Diana Award’s Change_Makers campaign to kick-off their 20th anniversary year and drive a new wave of nominations for award given out in memory of Princess Diana.