The latest findings from our research, including research reports, press releases, focus groups and academic papers.
REPORT: Experiences of bullying amongst school-aged children in the UK
Bullying remains a consistent and worrying problem across the United Kingdom. Trends have shown that far from decreasing, bullying features prominently in schools, with TES (2017) reporting more than a fifth of children saying that bullying in their school was on the increase.
Focus Group: A MINDSET OF 'IT WON’T HAPPEN TO ME'
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.
Report: 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).