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The Diana Award was established in 1999 by the British Government who wanted continue Princess Diana’s legacy by establishing a formal way to recognise young people who were going above and beyond the expected in their local communities. Too many young voices go unheard; our work strives to help elevate those voices onto a higher platform. Since then, we’ve had quite the journey but our core focus has remained the same, empowering young people to change the world.

In 2006 we became an independent charity, which enabled us to develop into a fully-fledged youth-led movement. Five years later we launched our now world famous Anti-Bullying Programme and later, in 2012, our Mentoring Programme.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Staff Training

    Training Course | The Diana Award

    The Diana Award

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

The Diana Award
WeWork Shoreditch
1 Mark Square
London
EC2A 4EG

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