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Pride Awards

17th Jun 2013

45 young people and volunteers were recognised at a special awards ceremony

On Saturday 8th June, 45 young people and volunteers were recognised at a special awards ceremony at Cardiff City Stadium. Organised by BulliesOut and accredited by the educational charity Asdan, the Pride Awards recognise and accredit young people’s achievement and develop life skills, confidence and self-esteem. They also promote good practice within schools and encourage participation and social inclusion.

Chief Executive of BulliesOut, Linda James said:

“Many people receiving awards today have overcome personal battles with bullying and gone on to share their courage and help others”.

“Without big-hearted and brave people like them, many young people affected by bullying would go without the help and support they so badly need.”

“ I am absolutely thrilled that BulliesOut are able to recognise and celebrate the achievements of  so many inspirational young people and volunteers and I am honoured to work alongside them”.

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