Cyber Bullying

Visiting Helsinki with Supercell and The Diana Awards youth board

Visiting Helsinki with Supercell and The Diana Awards youth board

On the 23/03/17 I had the privilege, as well as 9 others, to travel to Helsinki in Finland. Being chosen to be part of the Supercell youth board was just out of this world, knowing that eventually something amazing will come out of this and just being able to help other people is gold in my eyes.

Love gaming? Hate bullying?

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For more information email: conor.monk@diana-award.org.uk


Are you a gamer? Do you know the difference between an MMORPG and a FPS? Do you want to make sure that games are a place where you can have fun without worrying about bullying, insults or griefing?

If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you.

Together with Supercell, makers of Clash of Clans, Boom Beach, Hay Day and Clash Royale, we’re recruiting a youth board that can tell us more about Supercell's games and which features or tools would help users feel safer.

It’s an incredible opportunity to work with one of the biggest developers in gaming and make a difference in the lives of thousands of young people across the world through sharing your experiences and ideas. You’ll even get the opportunity to visit Supercell Headquarters in Helsinki, Finland!

If this is something you want to be a part of and you’re aged between 13 and 18 and live in the UK then you can apply in as little as 15 minutes using the link below. Applications must be received before midnight on Sunday 19th February 2017 and we’ll be in touch after the closing date.

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Cyber bullying: How safe are our children?

Cyber bullying: How safe are our children?

The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme has conducted some research into the issue of bullying as 13 million young people return to school. You can find the full report here.

The Diana Award run a national Anti-Bullying programme training young people, adults & parents to keep safe from bullying online and offline.We are also an active member of the National Anti-Bullying Alliance, UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCISS) and we sit on the All Party Political Group on Bullying. David Cameron is our patron.