It’s Stand Up To Bullying Day 

Along with organisations and individuals up and down the country we are supporting this campaign to raise awareness of childhood bullying as well as bullying in the wider community.

Organised by the Diana Award, this day gives everyone the opportunity to stand up to bullying, visibly and physically.

Why should you get involved?

Bullying isn’t confined to the school gates and its victims aren’t limited to young people. It also exists at home and in our wider communities and of course, online too. Research shows that it can cause long-lasting effects on victims.

Your support can help shape attitudes and behaviours early on, ensuring no one should have to suffer the devastating effects of bullying, at any point in their life.

Here’s how you can get involved

Visit Stand Up To Bullying Site

Ways to support Stand Up to Bullying Day

There are a number of ways that you can support the day from sharing pledges on social media to planning activities in your organisation or school. Download the packs to get prepped for the day.



You can get your school involved by having a ‘Dress Up Day’ or a lesson on bullying. See pack to get more ideas on what to do.

Download school pack



From support on your website to spreading the word on social media as an organisation there is plenty you can do.

Download campaign pack

Getting social

Take a look at the many ways that you can use social channels to spread the word and raise awareness on the day.

Download social media pack

About the Diana Award

The Diana Award is a legacy to Princess Diana’s belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better.

About the Diana Award Anti-bullying Campaign


The campaign equips people with information to effectively tackle all forms of bullying in their schools and communities, both online and offline.