Info for children and young people

We are grateful to the thousands of children and young people across the country that take part in Anti-Bullying Week each year.  This is your campaign and so we encourage you to get involved in spreading the word and planning events where you live.

Here are some ways you can get involved today:

  1. Download the Anti-Bullying Week 2016 logo and share on your social networks.
  2. Plan an event where you live to help raise awareness of bullying and use your Power for Good!  Some young people also like to use the week to raise much needed funds for the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance to help us stop bullying. For more tips on fundraising including our Power for Good fundraising posters click here.
  3. Follow the Anti-Bullying Alliance on Facebook and Twitter and tell us what you're planning for Anti-Bullying Week 2016 using #antibullyingweek.
  4. Get in touch if you have great examples of ways you and your friends have used your Power for Good to stop bullying.  We can share these on the ABA website and social networks and with appropriate permissions, they may make good case studies for the national press. Email

If you need advice about bullying - visit the advice section of our website.

Do you want to stop bullying in your school and community? Train as a Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador!

Do you want to stop bullying in your school and community? Why not get trained as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador. The Diana Award's Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme runs training events which will give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to introduce activities and campaigns to help stop bullying. Anti-Bullying Ambassadors raise awareness of bullying, support other students peers and are a friendly face to those who are having bullying issues. To date the programme has trained over 14,000 young people to be Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. Visit and @antibullyingpro for top tips, competitions and information on how you can get involved!


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