Thousands of young people experience bullying behaviours every day. They often don’t speak out about it because they are scared of what might happen or they are unsure about who to tell or how to report it online. The Diana Award want to change this through their Don't Face It Alone campaign by showing young people that they deserve to be heard and that help and support is available.
Youth charity The Diana Award is running Don’t Face It Alone, an anti-bullying campaign encouraging young people and us all to #SpeakOutAboutBullying. The campaign launched on Wednesday 22 June and encourages young people not to suffer alone from bullying and instead to speak out and report it, whether it is taking place online or offline. Backed by tech companies, the campaign aims to get the nation talking about bullying and the positive steps that can be taken to prevent it. Education settings, pupils, and parents/carers can all sign up for free resources, videos and further ways to get involved on the Don’t Face it Alone website here.