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  Visit our Facebook Resource Hub for online safety videos and lesson plans

Visit our Facebook Resource Hub for online safety videos and lesson plans

  Check out our ASKfm website with  free downloadable resources  on cyberbullying and online anonymity

Check out our ASKfm website with free downloadable resources on cyberbullying and online anonymity


  Download free Body Confidence and Self-Esteem teaching resources

Download free Body Confidence and Self-Esteem teaching resources

  Find out about our Anti-Bullying partnership with Trutex

Find out about our Anti-Bullying partnership with Trutex


  Download free SEL and Peer Support resources

Download free SEL and Peer Support resources

  We work with mobile gaming company Supercell to strengthen Anti-Bullying gaming policies

We work with mobile gaming company Supercell to strengthen Anti-Bullying gaming policies


  Download Be Strong Online - a FREE peer-to-peer training resource on cyberbullying

Download Be Strong Online - a FREE peer-to-peer training resource on cyberbullying

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THE SUPERCELL YOUTH BOARD IN HELSINKI: A DIARY

The Easter Holidays saw the Supercell Youth Board fly over to Helsinki for a very special few days spent feeding into Supercell’s online safety strategy at their Helsinki HQ. Hannah K, a Supercell Youth Board member, shares her diary from the trip with us.

INQUIRY: IMPACT OF SOCIAL  MEDIA AND SCREEN-USE ON  YOUNG PEOPLE’S HEALTH  RESPONSE FROM  THE DIANA AWARD

The government has launched an inquiry into the effects of social media and screen-use on young people’s physical and mental wellbeing. The Diana Award has responded to share our feedback from working regularly with young people across the UK through our Anti-Bullying and online safety training programmes.

YOUNG PEOPLE'S MENTAL HEALTH - CONSULTATION RESPONSE

In December 2017 the government set out its plans to transform children and young people’s mental health provision. We spoke to our National Anti-Bullying Youth Board, a group of young people who represent Anti-Bullying Ambassadors across the UK and Ireland, and shared our response to the proposals.