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Diana Award launches anti-bullying statement
The Diana Award launched the “Don’t Face It Alone” anti-bullying campaign to encourage young people to speak out about bullying.
This drive with the #SpeakOutAboutBullying tag coincides with the research finding that 54% of young people admit to being bullied, but 41% are reluctant to disclose because they are afraid of making the problem worse.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, government youth mental health ambassador and former Love Island star Dr. Alex George support the initiative, and technology companies and social media platforms including TikTok, Facebook and Instagram also support the initiative.
Mr. Johnson hosted a reception in Downing Street before the press conference. He said: “Any form of bullying is totally unacceptable and should never be tolerated.
“The more we talk about it, the more we can try to eliminate it-so I applaud the important campaign for the Diana Awards, which will provide important support for those who are suffering.”