A Mindset of 'It Won’t Happen to Me'

Collett, Katie. (2016) "A Mindset of ‘It Won’t Happen to Me’” An Exploration of Young People’s Attitudes towards Online Risks and Digital Resilience. The Diana Award.

 

In April 2016 The Diana Award conducted a focus group to examine young people’s attitudes towards online risks and digital resilience.


The aim of the research was to inform Vodafone’s messaging and choice of terminology to use with their target audience when talking about ‘digital resilience’ in future projects.

 

You can read the full research here


The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme

Kumari, Pooja (2016) The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme: A Mixed Method Evaluation of the Programme

 

In 2011, The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign launched the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme. This research aims to investigate the impact the programme has on the whole school community, from the students leading the programme to the students benefiting from the programme, and uncover the processes involved in creating this change. 

 

You can read the full report here.

 


CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S MENTAL HEALTH

Kumari, Pooja (2016) Children and Young People's Mental Health: A Call for Evidence. The Diana Award's response.

 

In this consultation response we draw upon our research, experiences, and expertise around how to successfully implement peer-led initiatives to support mental wellbeing in young people.

 

You can read this response here.


A Retrospective Study of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme

Kumari, Pooja (2015) A Retrospective Study of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme. The Diana Award.

 

This research aimed to capture, retrospectively, the impact of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme on bullying and the ethos and culture of their schools.

 

You can read the full research here.


Young people’s voices on cyber bullying

Tarapdar, Saima and Kellett, Mary (2011). Young people’s voices on cyber bullying: what can age comparisons tell us? The Diana Award.

 

The study was commissioned by the Diana Award, with support from the Children’s Research Centre, Open University. It draws on materials designed and collected with a youth research steering group and in total encompassed the views of 1512 young people in England (1490 pupils who completed the surveys and 22 who co-designed the research).

 

You can read this research here.