I am pleased to announce that I have achieved the Princess Diana Award Honour Role. This award is truly an honour and I am proud to have been chosen as a recipient. The Princess Diana Award recognises individuals who have made significant contributions to their community through hard work and dedication.

I am grateful to have been allowed to make a difference in my community and be recognised for my efforts. It is a humbling experience to receive such an esteemed award. I will continue to work hard to make a positive impact on the lives of those around me.


I would like to thank the Princess Diana Award committee for their recognition and support, and Dr Anna Kennedy, and the incredible individuals who have supported me through everything! This award is a testament to the dedication and work and dedication of everyone who has contributed to our community’s success.


Always Remember anything is possible.




I am very proud of Olivia and what she’s overcome in the last couple of years.

Olivia has helped adults & children through Olivia’s world and has made positive impacts on those in her community.

I wish her all the best with her future projects.

-Anna Kennedy OBE






Young person from England is honoured with The Diana Award for going above and beyond in their daily life to create and sustain positive change.




Olivia Slatter, aged 25, from England has been recognised with the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts – The Diana Award.




Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Award is given out by the charity of the same name and has the support of both her sons, HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Sussex.








Olivia Slatter created ‘Olivia’s Lockdown Choir’ during the Covid-19 pandemic. She successfully gained national lottery funding and kept three businesses running during the pandemic at the age of 21. After her autism diagnosis, Olivia noticed a gap in the market for a support network for people with visible and invisible disabilities. She created ‘It’s Olivia’s World,’ a support network for people with disabilities and parents. Olivia has inspired people to talk about their disabilities through podcasts, blogs, and speaking engagements. She plans to educate companies globally and create a safe space for those with disabilities.






Tessy Ojo CBE, CEO of The Diana Award, says:


“We warmly congratulate our new Diana Award recipients from the UK and across the world who are changemakers for their generation. These young people demonstrate that young people have the power to change the world; a belief also held by Diana Princess of Wales. We know by receiving this honour they will inspire more young people to get involved in their communities and begin their own changemaking journey.”










Award recipients have been put forward by adults who know the young people in a professional capacity and recognised their efforts as a positive contribution to society. Through a rigorous nomination process, these nominators had to demonstrate the nominee’s impact in five key areas: Vision, Social Impact, Inspiring Others, Youth Leadership, and Service Journey.




There are 20 Diana Award Judging Panels representing each region or nation both in the UK and internationally. Panels consist of three judges who understand the value of young people, including one young person representative. The panels have an important main purpose: to determine which nominations from each region or nation will receive a Diana Award.



Nominations are judged using the Criteria Guide and Scoring Guide which have been created to measure quality of youth social action.




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