Learn about our anti-bullying campaign
The Diana Award's Anti-Bullying Campaign involves a number of different projects aimed at reducing bullying in schools. One of our main projects is the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme which has trained over 24,000 young people across the UK to lead on anti-bullying campaigns in their schools.
About the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme
Set up in 2011, the Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme is part of the charity the Diana Award. In 2013 the programme received funding from the Department for Education. The programme offers resources and training to schools and youth organisations in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland. After receiving our training students become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in schools. In their role they 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.
What have we achieved?
- Trained over 24,000 young people to be Anti-Bullying Ambassadors
- Worked with over 3,000 Primary and Secondary schools
- Received funding from the Department for Education
- Held 6 National Anti-Bullying Week events
- Run 8 School Showcase events to celebrate and share best practice
- Been recognised as best practice in Ofsted reports